Aston Martin has now officially finished the reproduction of its highly-revered DB5 Goldfinger as seen from the James Bond movies Goldfinger and Skyfall. This completion stage follows right after the British marque unveiled its racing “Vantage Legacy Collection”.
Only 25 units of these sleek and classic beauties were produced, each of which are priced with a lofty £2.75 million (approx. $3.43 USD million) price tag. This extremely limited quantity run is symbolic as each car is representative of one of the 25 James Bond movies that have been released so far, and it serves as a fitting excitement generator leading up to the release of No Time to Die which is expected to hit the movie (maybe living room) screens come 2021.
This continuation series sees the two-door vehicle translated to the tee of the original through its Silver Birch paint job that’s overlapped over its exterior body panels made of aluminum. Under the hood, the machine is powered by a 4.0-liter engine and features 290 brake horsepower.
Additionally, 007-inspired gadgets such as the front-end gun replicas, bullet-resistant rear shields, rear smoke screen delivery system and stress its James Bond-ness aura even further.
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