Aston Martin revealed the 4 cars James Bond will drive in.
Eagle-eyed fans would’ve also spotted cameos in Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, and Skyfall. (Image credit: Aston Martin) (Image credit: Aston Martin) For those who want a true piece of cinematic history, the Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation will be a working replica of the ultra-famous icon. Now that the marque has resumed production at its Newport Pagnell factory.
Over the years Bond has had more Aston Martins than your average stockbroker. However, even by the standards of a Golfinger DB5 or Casino Royale DBS, the DB10 is a bit special.
James Bond and Aston Martin have gone hand-in-hand for decades - from Goldfinger (1964) to the present day. Originally won by 007 in a not-so-friendly game of poker from Alex Dimitrios in Casino Royale, this incarnation of the Aston Martin DB5 features a unique blue and yellow registration plate from the capital city of the Bahamas, Nassau.
If you listen to the episode of the Empire Podcast featuring Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, they talk about this. In their screenplay their intention was for Bond to open that garage door and reveal the Aston Martin DB5 he won in the Bahamas from Alex Dimitrios; according to Purvis and Wade, it was Sam Mendes who decided the car should have Goldfingeresque elements like an ejector seat and.
Casino Royale marked a new beginning for the Bond franchise, but tradition held firm with James Bond (Daniel Craig) driving a silver grey DBS, registration TT 378 20. The film is notable for its spectacular crash scene, as Bond swerves to avoid Vesper Lynd and barrel-rolls seven times, a stunt that broke the record for a cannon-assisted barrel roll. Aston Martin, the Aston Martin Wings logo.
Casino Royale (2006) Movies, TV, Celebs, and more. Millbrook Test Track, Bedfordshire, England, UK (car chase where Bond rolls Aston Martin after leaving Casino Royale).
The car: Aston Martin DBS. Why it’s special: Casino Royale relaunched the 007 franchise, going back to the beginning of Bond’s licence to kill career. Best bit: Not Daniel Craig frolicking in.