Watch Jay Leno take the Aston Martin DB10 for a spin
The king of car geeks gets an in-depth look at James Bond's next set of wheels.
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Car geeks and "James Bond" fanatics have one in the same reason to get excited this week -- Jay Leno's Garage takes a long, hard look at James Bond's ride in the upcoming movie "Spectre." Before you ask, no, Leno did not engage the flamethrowers.
Jay Leno's Garage is a weekly YouTube series where the former late-night television host gets up close and personal with a wide variety of vehicles, from out-there concepts to vintage metal. Leno is a lifelong gearhead, and his unabashed enthusiasm is not hard to pick up on.
The video is more than just Leno tooling around California for a couple minutes. In fact, the majority of the DB10's screen time is spent sitting in Leno's palatial garage, where the host and Aston Martin design director Marek Reichman chat about design and the value of a concept car that's actually driveable (unsurprisingly, most aren't).
If that's not enough to satiate your love for Bond cars, XCAR's Alex Goy also spent some time with 007's latest and greatest, which you can take a look at here. "Spectre" hits theaters on November 6.