The 25th installment in the James Bond series is scheduled for release on the 12th November 2020 and is sure to feature some spectacular cars. The film is confirmed to feature at least four Astons; the classic DB5, DBS, Vantage V8 and the unreleased Valhalla that will make for a past, present and future style representation of the automobiles. 

Our team took a trip down to Showmaster’s London Spring Comic Con and were lucky enough to see a damaged DB5 in person, check out the photo below. No Time To Die will be the 9th appearance of the DB5 in a Bond film, previously appearing in Goldfinger, Thunderball, Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Casino Royale, Spectre and Skyfall. The Bond production and stunt teams worked closely with Aston Martin to produce 8 custom DB5’s capable of keeping up with intense chase scenes and action sequences. What is truly astonishing about No Time To Die’s DB5’s is that they were all custom built from the ground up rather than modified from existing DB5’S, making them even more special. They were given a naturally-aspirated engine, modern suspension and breaks, alongside a manual 6-speed gearbox, we can only dream of how they drive!

No Time To Die DB5

Almost every Bond car was produced for the long running “James Bond Car Collection” magazine, and now thankfully those models are available for purchase individually so we’ve picked out some of our favorite Astons, check them out below:


The Aston Martin Vantage was introduced as “Britain’s first supercar” in 1977 with its 170mph top speed and acceleration from 0-60 mph in 5.3 seconds. It first appeared ten years later in the 1987 bond film “The Living Daylights” which was recreated in 1:43 scale featuring metal skis, missiles and rocket motor gadgets that made for an unforgettable design. The V8 Vantage is set to make a second appearance in next years No Time To Die.



 The Aston Martin DBS V12 first appeared in 2006’s Casino Royale and again in 2008’s Quantum of Solace with a top speed of 191mph and a reaching 0-62 in 4.3 seconds. The car went light with the gadgets featuring just a spare gun (A Walther P99) and a defibrillator, but the model housed a heavily damaged side and missing driver side door that will make for a memorable addition to any collection. The DBS V12 is also set to appear in next years No Time To Die.



The DB5 is the iconic Bond car we all know and love. It first appeared in 1964’s Goldfinger after Aston Martin reluctantly agreed for the car to be used, although we’re sure they are glad they did today. Ian Fleming originally depicted the DB5 with just a smoke screen gadget, but while shooting Goldfinger the cast had so many ideas they just had to beef up the gadgets. They added an ejector seat, revolving number plate, oil dispenser and wheel blades. The car then went on to appear in the following years Thunderball where it was given two water cannons but then took a thirty year absence and reappeared in the Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig Era.