Four Aston Martins will feature in the new James Bond movie 'No Time to Die.'
Following this week's teaser, the first trailer for the new James Bond film 'No Time to Die' is finally here. And judging from the footage, it will have even more automotive action than 2015's 'Spectre.' In the last film, the suave secret agent drove an Aston Martin DB10, which was pursued by a Jaguar C-X75 on the streets of Rome. Both concept cars were made specifically for the film. If you love Aston Martins, you're going to love 'No Time to Die' because four of them will feature in the new James Bond film.
The trailer opens with Bond behind the wheel of the iconic Aston Martin DB5 being chased by bad guys on bikes and a black Jaguar XF through the cobbled streets of Matera, Italy. We saw a preview of this scene in leaked behind the scenes footage, and it looks very intense.
Q won't be happy, however, because the classic sports car doesn't stay in pristine condition for very long and takes a serious beating. In one of the final scenes of the trailer, the DB5 gets rammed by a Range Rover Classic, spins out of control, and is surrounded.
Being a Bond car, the DB5 is equipped with gadgets and weapons to get Bond out of tricky situations. We never thought we would get to see a DB5 do donuts while firing mini guns mounted behind the headlights. We also get to see Bond drive a vintage Aston Martin V8 Vantage, which was last seen in 1987's 'The Living Daylights,' but it doesn't feature in any action scenes.
A new 00 agent played by Lashana Lynch is also seen driving the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. The Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar will also make its cinematic debut in the film, but it isn't shown in the trailer, sadly. The DB5 isn't the only car that gets damaged in the trailer, as a Range Rover Sport SVR gets destroyed during an off-road chase against a Toyota Land Cruiser.
Starring Daniel Craig, 'No Time to Die' centers on Bond on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, which leads him onto the trail of a new villain played by Rami Malek armed with a "dangerous new technology." The film will release in US cinemas on April 8.