In the near future, the next part of the Spy 007 series will be released worldwide. Agent James Bond will return in the movie “No Time To Die” with the Aston Martins that have been associated with the image of elegant Agent 007. This film marks the 25th Bond film and to commemorate the release, Aston Martin kicked off the “No Time To Die” media campaign with an Aston Martin DB5 displayed in a box. toys displayed at Battersea Power Station, London, UK.

The film No Time To Die will be released worldwide from around the end of September 2021 with the appearance of four iconic Aston Martins. These cars are not only Aston Martin’s legends in the past, but also in the present and future. The highly anticipated return of James Bond marks the first time four different Aston Martin models have appeared in a 007 movie. Aston Martin models featured in the film include the legendary DB5, the classic Aston Martin V8, Aston Martin DBS and the brand’s impressive flagship model: Aston Martin Valhalla.

To celebrate the return to the legendary 007 Series of the iconic Aston Martin DB5, Aston Martin and Corgi Toys have also announced a life-size replica of the original 1965 Corgi DB5 toy. This model toy box has actual dimensions including a length of 5.66 meters, a height of 2.7 meters and a depth of 2.7 meters. The decorative graphics of this toy box replicate the original design of the Corgi toy box with the car displayed inside being a real Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation.

DB5 Goldfinger Continuation is known as the remanufactured version of DB5. However, this car model is equipped with all of James Bond’s “toys” such as a smoke system behind the car, a system that releases oil onto the road, changing license plates (three different license plates), two machine guns. dummy at the front of the car, the rear bulletproof shield and finally the front bumper. Part of the passenger side hood can be removed, however the passenger seat cannot be shot out like Bond did in the movies.

According to a statement from Aston Martin, only 25 DB5 Goldfinger Continuations will be produced, more than 55 years after the last new DB5 rolled off the production line at Aston Martin’s global manufacturing facility in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. All future new DB5s are faithful reproductions of the DB5 that appeared in past 007 movies. All 25 cars are painted Silver Birch like the original with some modifications to help the car operate smoothly and be more suitable for current operating conditions.

The grand launch was made possible by Marek Reichman, EVP and Chief Creative Officer of Aston Martin Lagonda. The event was also attended by Chris Corbould OBE, Special Effects Manager on the film. Not only was he responsible for some of the most iconic James Bond action scenes in the past 14 films, but he was also heavily involved in the technical development of the eight DB5 stunt replicas produced for the film and he was also a consultant for the development of 25 new DB5s that were later produced.

“We are truly honored to mark the start of the media campaign for the James Bond film “No Time To Die” today with this exciting DB5,” said Marek Reichman. Aston Martin’s relationship with James Bond spans decades and the DB5 is the most famous car in the world thanks to its more than 50-year association with the James Bond Film Series. Collaborating with EON Productions and Chris Corbould to build 25 DB5 Goldfinger Continuations is a truly unique project for everyone involved in the project at Aston Martin. Now, we have the opportunity to work with Corgi – a famous British toy car brand – and witness James Bond’s most beloved car placed inside a large-scale toy box. in the heart of London was a truly wonderful moment.”

This life-sized Corgi DB5 “toy car box” will be on public display at Battersea Power Station until 1 October 2021.

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