The famous secret agent James Bond has over the years given us numerous thrillers (24 thrillers, to be precise) and those masterpieces have had some exotic rides. SO the 25th installment of the James Bond franchise is no exception as the three cars that James bond will drive are revealed via a tweet by the carmaker.
Aston Martin 1987 V8 Vantage
The V8 Vantage is a gorgeous classic Aston Martin which was first seen in the Timothy Dalton Bond flick ‘the Living Daylights.’ the V8 will try and make its mark in the 25th anniversary of Bond with some gadgets including forward-firing missiles, laser cutter emitters, and a self-destruct mechanism. Some handy tech is likely to feature while for some quick getaways, there are deployable skis. The V8 is an interesting addition and many are eager to see it in action again.
Aston Martin DB5
The DB5 has become the quintessential Bond car and will be playing a role in this movie also. It seems that no Bond Picture car lineup is complete without the DB5.
Aston Martin Valhalla
The all-electric Aston Martin RapidE might have been rumored as Bond’s ride of choice for some time, it just will not be. Bond will not be going fully electric and will be driving the hybrid V6 powered AM-RB 003 concept, or the Valhalla.
This is the one petrolheads are eager to watch in action as owners will get theirs by 2021. Bond though will not wait so long he will get to test its dynamic abilities against SMERSH next April and perhaps will also deploy the bespoke extras.
Positioned to take on the upcoming 1000hp challengers from Ferrari, McLaren and others, the Valhalla will join the 007 exclusive group of cars as only 500 of these will be built.