Based on the Vantage and DBS Superleggera, these stunning Astons were created in celebration of the 25th Bond film.
Last year, we found out that the new James Bond film, No Time to Die, would feature no less than four different Aston Martins. The British brand hasn't stopped there, though, and has now announced that two exclusive new Aston Martin limited edition models have been created to celebrate the 25th film in the popular James Bond franchise.
The first one is the Vantage 007 Edition that was inspired by the Aston Martin V8 in The Living Daylights, and the second is the DBS Superleggera 007 Edition that comes in opulent No Time To Die specification.
As long as your pockets are deep enough, both are up for sale, although in very limited numbers. Q by Aston Martin, the brand's bespoke division that has created some beauties in the past, came up with the new 007 limited editions.
The Vantage 007 Edition features unique exterior styling cues like a mesh grille and a chrome bezel that is a nod to the Aston Martin V8 in the 1987 film. The exterior is finished in Cumberland Grey paint with an Obsidian Black leather interior.
The hazard stripes used on the film car's rockets inspired the use of the dashed yellow diffuser. If fitted with a manual gearbox, the center console gets special 007 branding. Heritage fluting for the seats and carbon fiber seatbacks are fitted, too.
While 100 examples of the Vantage 007 Edition will be produced, only 25 units of the DBS Superleggera 007 Edition will be made. It will come with the same specification as the DBS Superleggera that will make an appearance in the new film.
Outside, it's painted in Ceramic Grey paint with the roof, mirror caps, and other trim items in black tinted carbon fiber. It rides on 21-inch diamond-tuned black wheels. Inside, the leather cabin is highlighted by red accents and 007 branding on areas like the rear subwoofer cover.
The rare DBS Superleggera 007 Edition will sell for £279,025 ($365,757 at current exchange rates) with the Vantage 007 Edition going for £161,000 (about $211,045). Deliveries are slated for Q1 next year.