Jay Leno Drives the Aston Martin DB10 from SPECTRE
Jay Leno has an unwavering commitment to his own trademark style: denim shirt with matching denim jeans. Not even the presence of a bespoke Aston Martin designed exclusively for the world’s most sophisticated and tuxedo-clad spy can convince Leno to wear something a bit more formal, as proven in the latest episode of the comedian’s web series, Jay Leno’s Garage.
Come on, Jay, you’re driving Bond’s car from SPECTRE—at least put on a denim bow tie and shawl jacket.
The first Aston Martin created exclusively for a James Bond film and not available to the public, the new Aston Martin DB10—of which only ten models were built—is as gorgeous as it is rare. Credit for that goes to the car’s designer, Marek Reichman, who stopped by to talk to Jay about the DB10.
Unfortunately, Reichman said that many of the gadgets on the secret agent’s car must remain secret until the film’s November 6th premiere. Still, he did have some interesting details to share about the unique vents in the car’s hood (even though, as a concept car, said hood doesn’t open).
The windows don’t go down, either, and there’s no air conditioning, which leaves Leno and Reichman sweating harder than Roger Moore in a tanning bed. Still, no matter how hot it gets inside of James Bond’s Aston Martin, we imagine you can’t help but still feel cool while driving it.