The Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept also makes an appearance.
In 'No Time to Die,' James Bond will get behind the wheel of multiple Aston Martins, from the classic DB5 and V8 Vantage to the modern DBS Superleggera. Even the Valkyrie hypercar will make an appearance. However, it turns out 'No Time to Die' isn't the only movie out this year that has plenty of Aston Martin action.
Premiering on the Paramount+ streaming service on June 10, 'Infinite' is a new sci-fi flick starring Mark Wahlberg. Ahead of its release next week, a new trailer has been released giving us a sneak preview of the film's high-octane car action. In one scene, an Aston Martin Vantage smashes through walls in an office building to rescue Wahlberg's character.
For the movie, the Vantage has been modified with a custom rear wing and an armored Mad Max-style battering ram, which explains how the supercar was able to demolish solid brick walls without getting any scratches. The Vantage then gets chased through the building by an armored truck destroying everything in its path, before smashing through a window and jumping over a row of cop cars. While the scene is set in New York, the action scene was filmed in Cardiff, Wales.
In another scene, the luxury Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept makes a brief appearance. Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the Lagonda Vision Concept is a luxury electric SUV that was supposed to spawn a production model until Aston Martin scrapped the Lagonda sub-brand.
Filming of 'Infinite' took place in 2019, so Aston Martin was still intending to put it into production at the time. We also get to see a Ferrari Testarossa driving in reverse at high speed while being chased by a helicopter, so it looks like 'Infinite' will have lots of car action for us to enjoy.
Directed by Antoine Fuqua, 'Infinite' stars Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Cookson, Jason Mantzoukas, Rupert Friend, Liz Carr, Toby Jones and Dylan O'Brien. In the film, Wahlberg plays Evan McCauley, a man "discovering that his hallucinations are actually visions from past lives."