The latest installment of James Bond, ‘No time to die’ or ‘No time to die’, which will be released in theaters on November 12, has just revealed a new and shocking trailer where we have already seen the two cars that had confirmed their Brand new film appearance: the new Land Rover Defender and the brand new Aston Martin Valhalla hybrid hypercar.
And it is that in the first preview of what will be the last film in which Daniel Craig will don his tuxedo there was a good salad of cars starring in several action scenes from the film, but the two announced were conspicuous by their absence. Until now.
Thus, in this recently revealed trailer, both models, British but very opposite, show off physiognomy, adding to those already seen in the first. At the doors of its release in theaters, we review the cars that can be seen in this new film of the most famous agent in the service of his majesty, this time directed by Cary Fukunaga who replaces San Mandes after the deliveries of ‘Skyfall’ and ‘Specter’.
The models of this high-flying British firm have traditionally accompanied James Bond and ‘No time to die’ is no exception: up to four Aston Martin will be featured in the film, starting with the hybrid hypercar.
Finally, it will not be until 2022 when this hybrid beast from the British firm hits the market, with a limited run of 500 units. But first we can see it in the film, although we do not know if in action, because its appearance in the trailer is purely static exhibiting forms in what looks like the MI6 dependencies behind a shadowed M (Ralph Fiennes).
Its ingredients, as well as its forms, were advanced last summer: monocoque chassis and carbon fiber bodywork, which will help you stop the scale below 1,350 kilos, science fiction aerodynamics and a hybrid mechanics that combines a V6 block turbo with an electric one to be around 1,000 hp.
Aston Martin DB5
The Aston Martin DB5 could not be missing, of course. Which, by the way, has just been resurrected thanks to the Warwickshire firm’s restoration program equipped with gadgets used by 007 in the movies. This is a limited edition of 25 units and they all already have an owner, despite the 3 million euros it costs.
In the case of ‘No Time to Die’ we will see him burning a wheel in Matera (Italy) with Bond at his wheel, holding shots as if nothing had happened and stitching his enemies with the two retractable machine guns that hide behind his headlights .
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
One of the surprises of the film is the V8 Vantage from the late 70s, which also comes with a nod to ‘007: High Voltage’ (‘The Living Daylights’), when Timothy Dalton was James Bond. And it is that this model, dressed in black, and that Craig also drives in this latest installment, has the same license plate as the one that appeared in this film (B549 WUU).
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera
This supercar, which is among the latest releases of the English brand, will also be present in ‘No time to die’, being the mount of Nomi, the super agent 00 that disputes efficiency and skills with 007 in this new installment.
Its heart is a 5.2-liter V12, which signs 715 hp of power and 900 Nm of maximum torque, delivered directly to the rear axle. The one featured in ‘No time to die’ is the DBS Superleggera 007 Edition, which will also be released to the world in this film. Only 100 units will see the light, it comes with exclusive aesthetic details and its price will be about 279,000 pounds (about 308,000 euros to change).