Aston Martin 007 special editions on sale | New Release - Car News Aug 2020

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13:21 Wednesday 19 Aug 2020

A brace of special edition Aston Martin’s have been announced to mark the release of the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die.

The special edition 007 versions of the Vantage and DBS Superleggera are available to order now, priced at £161,000 and £279,025 respectively.  Designed by the company’s bespoke Q by Aston Martin division, both cars feature a range of Bond-inspired extras.

The Vantage 007 Edition takes its cue from the original Aston Martin V8 which debuted in the 1987 film The Living Daylights, and also features in No Time to Die.  It has a dashed yellow diffuser inspired by the hazard stripes on the film car’s rockets, as well as a set of The Living Daylights inspired skis and ski rack.  It comes finished in Cumberland Gray with obsidian black leather upholstery.  Serious Bond aficionados will appreciate the embroidered 96.60fm radio frequency on the sun visors – the Russian police frequency used by Timothy Dalton’s Bond to aid his escape in The Living Dylights – as well as outlined cello ‘f holes’ on the carbon fibre seat backs in a nod to the film’s memorable chase scene.  Another option is a laser-etched gadget plaque, including references to a rocket motor, missiles, lasers, target display, ski outriggers.  Production of the Vantage 007 Edition is limited to just 100 units worldwide.

The DBS Superleggera is even more exclusive, limited to only 25 units.  The 715bhp, 5.2-litre V12 twin-turbo powered flagship of the Aston Martin lineup sports a special Ceramic Grey exterior paint, with the roof, mirror caps, splitter, diffuser and rear Aeroblade featured in black tinted carbon fibre.  The special edition also gains Gloss Black diamond-turned Y-Spoke 21-inch wheels, special 007 fender badges in chrome with black enamel infill, and stainless steel silver 007 foil applied to the rear spoiler blade.  Inside the leather-clad cockpit are flashes of red detailing and subtle 007 branding.

No Time To Die is scheduled for release in November, and features no fewer than four Aston Martin sports cars - the iconic DB5, the Aston Martin V8, the latest Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, and the upcoming Aston Martin Valhalla mid-engined hypercar.


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