The Cars of 007 James Bond
With the new James Bond movie Quantum of Solace currently in the cinemas take a look at some of the classic Bond cars.
ASTON MARTIN DBS V12
The DBS was first seen in the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale, and in the 2008 Bond film Quantum of Solace, the DBS returns for the pre-credits car chase around Lake Garda.
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ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH
The V12 version of the Vanquish was featured as Bond's vehicle of choice in the 2002 film Die Another Day with Pierce Brosnan playing Bond, and was also featured in the famous car chase on ice scene.
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The Lotus Esprit was featured in the third Bond movie to star Roger Moore, The Spy Who Loved Me. Bond's version of the Esprit was amphibious and could be used as a submarine capable of firing anti-aircraft missiles.
ASTON MARTIN DB5
Probably the most iconic of all the Bond vehicles the Aston Martin DB5 featured in the movie Goldfinger. This DB5 featured apassanger ejection seat, oil slick dispencers, machine guns, tyre slashing hubcaps and revolving license plates.
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The Z3 was featured in the Goldeneye movie, and is described by Q as having stinger missiles mounted behind the headlights, all points radar system with display, a self destruct system and is shown to have a parachute Braking system.
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The 750iL featured in the 1997 Bond flick Tomorrow Never Dies, in which Bond controls the speeding vehicle from the back seat using Q branch's special mobile phone.
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The Z8 featured as the Bond car in the 1999 movie The World Is Not Enough. The Z8 was equipped with two retractable, side-mounted surface to air missle launchers and remote control capability. The presence of the car in the film was in fulfilment of a three-movie product placement deal that had started with 1995's GoldenEye.
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