“My name is Bond. James Bond”. And here you will find some of the most famous pieces of the James Bond Car Collection!
Everyone has dreamed of being the next James Bond, and with that comes dreaming with the James Bond car collection too. Can you imagine driving an Aston Martin DB10 for example? Here you will find the The 10 Most Unforgettable James Bond Cars of all time!
A perfect Suit. A Vodka Martini. 007´s lovers. The Walther PPK Pistol. There are countless examples of iconic images of James Bond. But perhaps, none is more memorable than Mr. James Bond way of transportation. Let’s face it: 007 doesn’t do anything that’s average, and specially his cars, are always top notch. Join us as we revisit some of Bond´s greatest cars!
1. Aston Martin DB5
The DB5 is most famous for being the third, but most recognized, James Bond car. The vehicle first appeared in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger and after in Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, Skyfall and Spectre.
Photo © Bond In MOtion
2. Lotus Esprit S1
The 1976 Lotus Esprit S1 looked way ahead of its time when it came out. Star car from the 1977 James Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me, it was one of the coolest Bond cars of all time. In the film, 007 uses his Lotus to travel in the air, on the ground or underwater. Curiosity: The submarine version of the Lotus was real. Producers had a fully functional, real submarine built from the Lotus body just for this film.
Photos © Bond In Motion
3. Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante
With the introduction of a new James Bond, Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights (1987), the producers brought back an Aston Martin after an 18-year absence.
Photo © Associated Press
4. Sunbeam Alpine Series II
Of course, the first James Bond car couldn´t miss this list. A modest Sunbeam Alpine Series II from 1962 that appears in Dr. No.
Photo © Daily News Photos
5. BMW Z8
After a production break for about 5 years, they rebooted the franchise with a fresh new look, new James Bond, and of course a new vehicle makeover! BMW decided to be the automotive sponsor for the 007 reboot and it turned out to be a success. In The World is not Enough (1999), 007 rode in a BMW Z8.
Photo © BMW
6. Ford Fairlane
If you go to Havana a Ford Fairlane from 1957 is exactly what you should drive. And in Die Another Day (2002), 007 ends up exactly in Cuba driving one. A memorable Bond moment.
Photo © Tuxyso
7. Aston Martin DBS V12
As the world received its new James Bond in Casino Royale(2006), producers decided to keep Aston Martin as the official Bond car. The 2006 Aston Martin DBS V12 that 007 drove was a slightly deeper silver and the color of this car is officially called “Casino Royale.”
Photo © Ford
8. Toyota 2000 GT
The 2000GT made its big appearance in the 1967 James Bond movie You Only Live Twice. Only 351 models of this car were made and were Japan´s first James Bond supercar.
Photos © Beaulieu
9. Ford Mustang Mach 1
In the 1971 movie Diamonds Are Forever, Sean Connery as James Bond, drive around Las Vegas (balancing on two wheels sometimes) in a red 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This version is a special performance option package for the Ford Mustang “Sportsroof”.
Photos © Beaulieu
10. Aston Martin DB10
The Aston Martin DB10 is a bespoke two-door coupé produced by the British manufacturer Aston Martin. Celebrating their fifty-year partnership with Bond films franchise, the DB10 was built specifically for the 2015 James Bond movie “Spectre”. The car was unveiled in December 2014 as the official James Bond car. It is impossible to split Aston Martin and James Bond.
Photo © Aston Martin
“Do you expect me to walk?”
“No Mr. Bond, I expect you to drive.”
Getting out of the car and going directly to a real James Bond “Home.” If you are a real 007 fan, for sure you have to check this amazing mid-century modern design furniture collection. With all the pieces inspired in James Bond movies, having them is mandatory for you to become the new James Bond!
Monocles sideboard evokes the mysterious yet luxurious vibe of James Bond movies, it is a sideboard built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold-plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design.
To become a real James Bond, you need to have a beautiful partner in crime to prepare you. And for that, nothing better than the Monocles Dressing Table.
Monocles folding screen is a refined 3-panel room divider. Produced in solid walnut wood, it is accentuated by a polished brass frame and brass holes that let you glimpse into the other side. This is what you need to dress your James Bond amazing suit!
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