Bidding for the car, signed by Daniel Craig, started at $1.4 million
James Bond’s “Spectre” Aston Martin DB10 has sold for $3.48 million in London.
According to BBC, bidding for the car signed by Daniel Craig started at $1.4 million. 20 items from the movie were being sold in a Christie’s auction to raise money for Doctors Without Borders, the U.N. Mine Action Service and other charities.
The DB10 was made specifically for the 2015 film. Most of the DB10’s used in the film were modified for the use in “Spectre,” but two were left unmodified. The model has a 4.6-litre V8 and a top speed of 190 mph, but it allegedly cannot be driven on public roads.
The luxury car brand has been part of the James Bond series since 1964’s “Goldfinger,” which featured the DB5. “Spectre” reportedly destroyed $36 million worth of cars during production.
The auction also included the Day of the Dead costume Craig wore in the film, which sold for $141,000, as well as Sam Smith’s “Writing on the Wall” record and sheet music, which went for $13,400.