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Take a look at the new Aston Martin DB10 which features in the film.
Catch the official teaser trailers here;
# 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzeJcANDkMU
# 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GqClqvlObY
James Bond's Most Iconic cars
The Sunbeam Alpine
James Bond's first car in the 1962 film Dr. Nowas a classic British model – the Sunbeam Alpine - in a stylish light blue. In what started out as a leisurely drive quickly became an exhilarating car chase, as Bond was chased through the streets and avoided being caught by driving under a crane blocking the road, as the car in pursuit is too tall to fit through.
The AMC HornetFeatured in The Man With The Golden Gun, the AMC Hornet made its entrance in the film when James Bond drove it straight out of a car showroom window! A Hornet was also used in the famous scene when the car performed an amazing twisting corkscrew aerial jump that was captured in just one filming sequence.
The Aston Martin DB5
One of the most iconic Bond cars, the Aston Martin DB5 features in a total of six James Bond films including GoldenEye, Thunderballand Tomorrow Never Dies. The Goldfinger DB5 (including its gadgets) was sold in 2010 for £2.9m to the car collector Harry Yeaggy. Its special features included the pop out gun barrels behind the front indicators and a three-way revolving front number plate showing "GOLD FINGER".
The Lotus EspritThe most versatile Bond car has got to be the Lotus Espirit, which was featured in the 1977 film, The Spy Who Loved Me. Whilst driving this, Bond was chased by a motorbike, cars, a helicopter and, to escape underwater enemies, the car even turned into a submarine!
The Land Rover Defender
In the opening scene of the most recent film, Skyfall, Bond is seen as a passenger in a Land Rover Defender, driven by Eve Moneypenny. A Land Rover Series III was also used by Bond and Milovy in their escape from the C-130 Hercules shortly before it crashes in The Living Daylights.