Of course, only 007 examples of the special edition are available.
Neiman Marcus is an American chain of luxury department stores. Each year it produces a Christmas catalog full of extravagant "fantasy" gifts not available in stores that include cars and trips. There have been some amazing cars and some spectacular sales. When the Camaro first arrived, there was Neiman Marcus edition limited to 100 models and priced at $75,000. It sold out in three minutes.
Not to miss any marketing tricks, only 7 of the 007 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera models will be available, and each one is priced at $700,007. Unless we're mistaken, it comes in Concourse Blue paint over Dark Knight blue leather upholstery and all the refinements to the color scheme Bond himself would choose, including a checkered patterned carbon-fiber dashboard. Nothing changes under the hood with the 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12 making a more than acceptable 715 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque that's pushed to the rear wheels via a carbon fiber prop-shaft. It's not just the car 7 people will be paying for either, the car is the main attraction in a full package.
Also included with the 007 Aston Martin is one of seven special edition all-platinum Omega Seamaster Diver 300M watches with a specially engraved backplate, an airfare to London to see the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera come off the assembly line, and tickets to the world premiere of the new James Bond movie, 'No Time To Die,' along with the plane tickets to get there and somewhere to stay. On top of that, Neiman Marcus is also sharing the wealth by donating 12% of the purchase price to The Opportunity Network, an organization that works to improve education with students from historically and systemically underrepresented communities.