Aston Martin DBS & Vantage 007 are here

Aston Martin DBS & Vantage 007 are here

With the Aston Martin DBS & Vantage 007, the British brand has two new exclusive models in the range.

We would actually be enjoying the latest James Bond movie in theaters in April No Time To Die. But unfortunately due to the corona virus it became a No Time To Release. The Bond movie was delayed to November this year. To reflect on the upcoming release, Aston Martin Q 007 has presented variants of the DBS and Vantage.

The models celebrate the 25th anniversary of James Bond. In No Time To Die, a total of four cars of the iconic brand appear. The DB5, the classic V8, the modern DBS Superleggera and the brand new Valhalla make an appearance in the Bond film.

The Aston Martin DBS & Vantage 007 are a collaboration between the British brand and EON Productions. The latter is the company that, together with Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios, is responsible for the production of James Bond films.

Aston Martin Vantage 007 Edition

Aston Martin Q is responsible for making these Bond editions. The Vantage 007 Edition is inspired by the classic V8. This model made its Bond debut in 1987 in The Living Daylights. With that 007 Vantage you can also opt for a set of skis that are made in a limited edition. Of course also a nod to the Bond film from ’87.

The Aston Martin Vantage 007 has a manual gearbox and comes in the color Cumberland Gray. The interior is black with dark chrome elements. There are only 100 units of this 007 Vantage.

Aston Martin DBS 007 Edition

The DBS Superleggera is even more exclusive with only 25 units. The car will get exactly the same specification as the model featured in No Time To Die. This DBS 007 comes in the color Ceramic Gray with some carbon details. Unique to this model are special 21-inch wheels with a 007 badge. The interior also contains some references to James Bond.

The UK price of the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera 007 Edition is £ 279,025. The Vantage 007 Edition costs £ 161,000. Deliveries will begin in the first quarter of 2021.


  1. aschja says

    I think this is sooo cool. I don’t really understand why Aston Martin is struggling. Crazy cars.

  2. crackle taste says

    A manual gearbox with paddle shifters?

  3. admiajfe says

    cool wheels under the Vantage!


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