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Aston Martin launches 007 versions of DBS and Vantage

If you're a fan of limited edition Aston Martins and the James Bond movie series, then all your Christmases have come at once.

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Derek Fung
Journalist

If the spectre of the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, has you stirring your martini in anticipation and wondering where you blow a wad of your double-oh dollars, Aston Martin has unveiled a new pair of 007 Edition limited-run models.

The Aston Martin Vantage 007 Edition is inspired by the V8 coupe used in The Living Daylights, and comes with a grey exterior, a unique mesh grille, a dashed yellow diffuser, and a black leather interior.

In addition to the plenty o’ 007 branding, the sun visor is embroidered with the 96.60FM radio frequency (you’ll need to be onatopp of your Bond trivia to get that one), and the carbon-fibre front seat backs feature the “outline of cello ‘f holes’”.

There’s also a laser-etched plaque for all the gadgets fitted to the movie car, including a rocket engine, missiles, lasers, ski controls, and the missile guidance system.

Although there’s space for a self destruct button etching, there’s sadly no may day button.

Those who love the “winterised” version of the V8 used in the movie can option Vantage 007 to include a ski rack and skis.

Available in either manual or automatic, the Vantage 007 Edition will be limited to just 100 units globally.

The DBS Superleggera 007 Edition comes only in grey with the roof, mirrors and aero kit finished black-tinted carbon-fibre. Unique gloss black 21-inch alloy wheels, and a red trimmed interior.

There’s also a number plaque to remind you which of the 25 007 Edition Superleggeras you own.

Four Aston Martins play a part in No Time to Die: a DB5, V8, DBS Superleggera, and the upcoming Valhalla, a hypercar developed in conjunction with Red Bull Racing.