Sunday, September 22

007 and the redefinition of Aston Martin

The first Aston Martin to mention was the legendary DB5, which appeared in five episodes stretching from 1964 to 2012. Right from Goldfinger and Thunderball, Aston Martin made DB5 a phenomenon with remarkable design, integrating features that were only available in fiction.

Inheriting it as a supercar, including DBS, Vantange and Vanquish, all of which are mechanical, beautiful and mighty artwork as its employer.

The episode “Goldfinger” in 1964, the 3rd episode of the James Bond series, features a first-hand appearance of Aston Martin with the DB5, marking a partnership of nearly 50 years by 11 episodes of 007.

In fact, Ian Fleming tied Bond with the DB Mark III, but in 1963, Aston Martin presented the model DB5 so the filmmakers decided to make this latest model.

DBS-On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
In 1969, in the episode “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, the same companion “Bond” George Lazenby is a DBS. More than 20 years later, the new Aston Martin continues in 007. Vantage-The Living Daylights
At 1987, the 3rd new Aston Martin appeared with Timothy Dalton on “The Living Daylights” – The Vantange V8 Series III. The film featured both Vantage Vonlante and Coupe.

The vehicle was fitted with two previous poker hidden missiles; Laser generator concealed in the wheel shaft to cut the frame of the enemy car; The more stable when running on snow; Car tires with retracting to run on smooth lines, jet systems; Firing ruler; Radio is capable of bugged and self-destructive systems.