Last year, in collaboration with The Little Car Company, Aston Martin revealed an electric replica of the DB5 two-thirds the size, dubbed the “DB5 Junior”. Now, ahead of the release of the 25th installment of James Bond’s “No Time to Die” film, the firm has developed a unique “No Time to Die” version for the DB5 Junior model.
The iconic 007-inspired vehicle comes with electronics similar to those seen in the Bond movies. Two counterfeit Gatling guns, a skid mode, a digital number plate, a concealed gadget switch panel, and a smoke screen generated from the exhaust are among the devices.
Every spy kid’s dream comes true with the Special Edition scale model, which has an 80-mile range with a fully electric engine. Regenerative braking, Brembo disc brakes, Bilstein dampers and coilover spring are some of these features. The Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition is a convertible car that can fit both an adult and a child in the same vehicle. It features Smith’s equipment and badging as well as the brand’s iconic Silver Birch paintwork.
Only 125 DB5 Junior ‘No Time to Die Edition’ cars will be produced by the carmaker and The Little Car Company, with each car costing Rs 90,55,062. Although these cars aren’t street-legal yet, they will come with an automatic membership in the Aston Martin Owners Club. As a result, people will be able to take their models to races and events. Basic and Vantage versions of the DB5 Junior are also available, with prices starting at Rs 35,20,948 and Rs 45,26,867 respectively.
The James Bond films feature four iconic Aston Martin models from the past, present and future, while the upcoming film ‘No Time to Die’ features four different Aston Martin models for the first time in the 007 film – the DB5, the classic Aston Martin Huh. V8, Super GT-DBS and Aston Martin Valhalla.