One of 10 Aston Martin DB10s made for the Bond film Spectre is to be sold at auction.
The car has been signed by Daniel Craig, and is one of two 'show cars' that remained unmodified for use in the film. It has been used solely for display and publicity purposes.
The DB10 was made by Aston Martin specifically for the Bond film. The example set to be sold is the only one that will be offered to the public, at a Christie's auction in London. The sale, which is set to coincide with the release of Spectre on DVD, will take place on 18 February. The carbonfibre-bodied DB10 is expected to fetch around £1million, with all the proceeds going to the Médecins Sans Frontières charity.
Performance figures from Aston Martin are vague, with only details of the model's 4.7-litre V8 engine, 'around 190mph' top speed and details of the production process released by the brand. A disclaimer also states that the car "is not homologated, certified or approved for use on any public roads and has not undergone the production processes used for production cars."
Aston Martin also notes that the car is the first to receive a platinum award from the brand's Aston Martin Works Assured Provenance programme.