We finally have our first look at the DB10 in motion, and what better introduction than a J-Turn maneuver through a hail of gunfire in a parking lot of supercars?

The production of the 24th James Bond film, SPECTRE, has been filming at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, UK for the past week. Along with the DB10, the sunburnt orange Jaguar C-X75 also made an appearance for the scene just in the background of the video above:

The lot of supercars has been parked out there since last weekend, and seem to be provided by local private collectors and others willing to offer up their "baby" for a chance to be T-Boned by the former-Stig Ben Collins doing "Maaaaad skids" in the DB10. The number plates have been replaced by the film crew and suggest this scene takes place in Rome. Considering the car chase between the DB10 and Jaguar C-X75 is set in Rome, at dusk/night, it seems pretty safe to assume this is how it all gets going.

Earlier this week, Jaguar / Land Rover officially announced it's fleet of vehicles in the upcoming film, and just yesterday the production released its first behind the scenes look at a different action set piece located at the top of the Alps in Austria featuring the "Big Foot" Defenders and James Bond doing his best George Lazenby imitation.

Thanks to "Liam" for the video source, and for a full gallery of filming at the Palace, go to JamesBondBrasil.com.