LONDON, Feb 20 — 007’s incredibly rare Aston Martin DB10 made especially for the latest James Bond film Spectre sold for £2,434,500 (RM14.7 million) at an auction at Christie’s in London on Thursday night.
The money raised by the auction of the car will benefit Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), a global humanitarian organisation that provides medical care to victims of armed conflict, epidemics and other disasters.
The buyer now owns the only Aston Martin DB10 available for public sale.
Production of the DB10 was limited to 10 models, which were developed and hand-built by designers and engineers at Aston Martin for the Spectre film.
Eight of the DB10s were modified for the movie. The other two were kept as show cars for display only.
Thursday’s live auction consisted of 10 lots.
Another 14 lots were put up for an online sale that continues until February 23 in celebration of the 24th Bond film release on Digital HD, DVD and Blu-ray on the 22.
The Thursday auction had raised a total of £2,785,500. — AFP-Relaxnews