Aston Martin to recreate Goldfinger DB5 with functional spy gadgets

Aston Martin is planning to create the limited-edition version of the definitive James Bond Car- Aston Martin DB5, 1964 model. In association with the James Bond film producer EON Productions, the automaker will be building 25 “Goldfinger DB5s”, with a straight six, 282 horsepower and 3,9995cc motor which will allow a maximum speed of 145 mph. The famous revolving license plate and other gadgets are also present in this exquisite model built by the Oscar winning James Bond effects supervisor Chris Corbould.

Andy Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin said, “To own a Silver Birch DB5, complete with gadgets and built to the highest standards in the very same factory as the original James Bond cars … is surely the ultimate collectors’ fantasy,”.

Aston Martin hasn’t disclosed yet which other gadgets the Goldfinger DB5 would include but can safely rule out the bulletproof windshield, machine guns, radar and passenger seat ejector. It is speculated that not to expect airbags, seatbelts and other safety measures as this car is considered not legal in the road. The car is expected is to be out for sale soon for $3.5 million plus tax.