Top 10 Amazing James Bond Cars

James Bond has been the perfect epitome of style and class for many years. What makes this one man so cool? Well he’s got the amazing gadgets, the moves, a way with the ladies, and those savvy one-liners that affront villains and woo women.

But we think this slick Brit’s trumping character is his excellent taste in cars. Check out our favorite Bond vehicles from a range of James Bond movies.

James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan drove the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish in the 2002 film ‘Die Another Day’. The car had a host of weapons and gadgets, and one very cool feature: A cloaking system.

Swedish actress Britt Ekland poses atop the Aston Martin DB5 that was used in the James Bond movie ‘Goldfinger’. The iconic car was first driven by Sean Connery in 1964 and became 007′s go-to ride in future films.

The Aston Martin DB5 came loaded with an ejector seat, bulletproof glass, machine guns, and revolving licence plates.

Unlike Connery’s DB5, Craig’s DBS featured very few noteworthy gadgets. But it did have a hidden compartment for hand guns and emergency medical supplies.

This BMW Z8 that was used in the film ‘The World Is Not Enough’ was driven by Pierce Brosnan. As shown in the photo above, this car came with a handy feature: Hidden rocket launchers in the side vents.

In a classic chase scene from Diamonds Are Forever, Sean Connery’s Bond gets behind the wheel of Tiffany Case’s 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1, and the two evade police in Las Vegas—until he heads down a dead end. Thinking fast, they lean over, and then the car defies several laws of physics by driving down a narrow alley on two wheels.

Strictly speaking, this is not James Bond’s car—it belonged to Auric Goldfinger—but the 1937 Rolls Royce Phantom III is one of the most beautiful vehicles ever to appear in a Bond film, and it plays an important role in the movie’s plot.

Rolls Royce Silver Shadow — License to Kill, 1989

After the Aston Martin DB5, no Bond car had more imaginative modifications than the Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me.


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