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Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Sold For £2.4 Million, And It’s Not Even Road Legal

The only unmodified DB10 that'll ever be offered for public sale went under the hammer for a massive £2.4 million yesterday, over double the original estimate

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Aston Martin - Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Sold For £2.4 Million, And It’s Not Even Road Legal - News

We were expecting James Bond’s very own Aston Martin DB10 to sell for a rather healthy figure, given that the auction estimate was “over” £1 million. However, when the car went under the hammer at a special Spectre-themed auction at Christie’s in London yesterday, it went for rather a lot more than £1 million. How much exactly? £2,434,500…

Aston Martin - Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Sold For £2.4 Million, And It’s Not Even Road Legal - News

This is despite the fact that it isn’t actually road legal, as it is “not homologated, certified or approved for use on any public roads and has not undergone the testing processes used for production cars.” It’s a pretty special thing though, given that it’s one of only 10 ever made, one of only two that weren’t modified for filming, and the only car out of the unmodified two that’ll ever be sold to the public.

In total, yesterday’s auction raised £2,785,500 for humanitarian aid organisation Médecins Sans Frontières.