An Aston Martin DB10 car designed for the latest James Bond film, "Spectre," has sold for some $3.5 million at auction, far exceeding its reserve price. Edward Baran reports.

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An Aston Martin DB10 designed for the latest James Bond film "Spectre" has sold at auction for 2.4 million pounds - that's around 3 and a half million US dollars.

The Aston Martin, a make long linked to Agent 007, was one of 10 made for the movie that saw Daniel Craig reprise the role for the fourth time.

Aston Marton DB10 An employee poses with an Aston Martin DB10, one of the series of DB10s designed and engineered for the James Bond film "Spectre", during a media preview of "Spectre - the Auction", at Christie's auction house in London, Feb. 15, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Most were modified for filming, with two, including the one sold, kept as show cars.

Bidding for the "Spectre Silver" DB10 lasted just under five minutes, according to auction house Christie's.

Other "Spectre" memorabilia up for grabs at Thursday's auction included this "Day of the Dead" costume worn by Craig in the film's opening scene, which sold for 98,500 pounds.

In total, 10 lots were sold on Thursday, raising around 2.8 million pounds, with proceeds going to charity.