Bond Will Once Again Drive the Aston Martin DB5. Official Photos Revealed.
The DB5 may not be the first Aston Martin driven by the martini-drinking British spy, but it is arguably the most famous Bond car. First appearing in Goldfinger, with Sean Connery taking the wheel, the DB5 will whisk Danial Craig’s James Bond away from baddies in the next instalment, which title has been revealed to be No Time To Die.
The official James Bond Twitter account shared a photo of not one, not two, but three Aston Martin DB5s posing under the sunny skies of Matera, Italy, where filming is underway.
— James Bond (@007) September 16, 2019
We’re guessing there is only one real DB5 while the rest are replicas. They all look stunning, nonetheless, but are unlikely to remain so until the end of filming—they will end up dented, bullet-ridden, smashed or totalled. Behind-the-scene footage shows the DB5 being involved in a car chase scene through the steep and narrow roads of Matera.
#JamesBond #Bond25 #NoTimeToDie #FilmProduction #Italy #BehindTheScenes #Movies To those of you who are in #Matera today, Second Unit’s con’t shooting location: Piazza San Giovanni Battista – Via San Biagio w the #AstonMartinDB5, mabybe gunfire, stunt driving, etc. From Tuesday: pic.twitter.com/RRftBCLWn3 — Springhouse (@springhousese) September 6, 2019
Wonder what gadgets and gizmos this beauty is hiding. An ejector seat, maybe?
It’s already been revealed that another Aston Martin will also make a return to the spy series—a classic Aston Martin V8 will serve as Bond’s ride around London.
No Time To Die is set to be released in April 2020.