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We've been expecting you, Mr Bond: watch the final trailer for Spectre

New 007 film lands 26 October, starring Aston and Jag. You want to see it

Published: 05 Oct 2015
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Not long to go now. Spectre, the new James Bond flick and Daniel Craig’s fourth outing as 007, opens on 26 October (if you’re in the UK at least – it’s November 6 for the rest of the world), and judging by this new trailer, it’s shaping up to be a cracker.

OK, this final teaser doesn’t feature a whole lot in the way of car-based action, but frankly we can live with that, because it does feature helicopters and collapsing buildings and evil baddies and planes… and at least a fleeting glimpse of that chase scene starring the Aston DB10 and Jaguar C-X75.

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Excited, much? You should be. Especially because we’re promised Bond’s new Aston has a few tricks up its sleeve.

The underpinnings are V8 Vantage,” Aston design boss Marek Reichman told us at the DB10’s unveiling, “but it has a longer wheelbase than the V8, and an incredibly wide track, almost the width of the One-77.

“The engine is exactly as you might expect, a 4.7-litre V8, but maybe there’s something there you won’t expect. We want to focus on what James Bond’s hands are doing. That may give you a hint…”

Enough to give it the edge over the extraordinary Jag C-X75 in the hands of a massive assassin? We’ll find out in just a few weeks…

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