Stunt car from James Bond sells for several millions

One of eight stunt cars used in No Time to Die has been sold at auction for millions.

The Aston Martin DB5 is the most famous model from the British sports car manufacturer, and also the car most people associate with when they think of the spy James Bond. During the filming of the latest film No Time to Die, no less than eight replicas of the Aston Martin DB5 were used. Now one of them has been sold for a huge sum.

The stunt car was sold at a charity auction organized by Christie’s. It was sold for a whopping 2.9 million pounds, equivalent to 36 million Swedish kronor. Among other things, the money will go to The Prince’s Trust, the Prince of Wales’s charitable foundation, and three charities that support veterans of British special forces.

Rotating license plates and guns in the headlights

Among other things, the stunt car is equipped with rotating license plates, headlights that can be retracted and unfolded guns, and even a bomb throwing device. The DB5 replica has a custom chassis and a carbon fiber body.

In addition to the stunt car, an Aston Martin V8 from 1981 that was driven by Daniel Craig in the same film was also sold. At the same auction, a Jaguar XF , Land Rover Defender 110, and Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR also went under the hammer.

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