Aston Martin is auctioning one of the DB10 cars made for the latest James Bond film Spectre. The car will be sold along with 23 other Bond-related goodies for a charity fundraiser.
The car, which was specially designed and built for the bond film, will be put up on the auction on February 18 with a minimum price of 1 Million Euros.
The car sports a 4.7-litre V8 petrol engine and a it can hit a top speed of 190 mph, but it is not a road legal car.
Aston Martin has been associated with James Bond since the Goldfinger (1964), which featured an Aston Martin DB5.
Most of the DB10s were heavily modified for the filming of Spectre, but the DB10 offered at auction is one of the only two show cars, which were kept unmodified and used solely for display purposes. Reports say that $36m worth of cars were destroyed during the shoot of spectre.
The car up for auction will be autographed by James Bond actor Daniel Craig.