The DB10 Tour Stops Off in Chichester
The DB10 Tour came to Aston Martin Chichester on Thursday 10th December to celebrate Aston Martin’s more than 50-year association with the James Bond film franchise.
The event was the final stop in a nationwide dealership tour marking the release of the 24th James Bond movie Spectre which premiered in London on October 26th. Guests were given an exclusive viewing of the DB10, developed specifically for the film and built in-house by Aston Martin’s design and engineering teams. Only 10 of the DB10s were built and eight we used for filming. All of the DB10s survived filming.
Attendees were treated to a Q&A with Spectre stunt driver Mark Higgins and were invited to beat the former British rally champion’s time on a Sony Gran Turismo race simulator.
James Parrett, Aston Martin Chichester Sales Manager said: “We had a fantastic event giving our guests the chance to get up close and personal with the new DB10 from Spectre. Mark Higgins shared some fascinating insights into the life of a rally and stunt driver sharing details of what it is really like to drive a Bond car.”
The event also featured a range of iconic Aston Martins including a DB5 and the opportunity to drive the latest road model, the DB9 GT, the ultimate in bespoke grand touring.