James Bond first took the wheel of the DB5 in Goldfinger (1963), redefining the action movie forever, and setting a standard for everything that followed. Over the ensuing decades, the Bond-Aston Martin association has only grown stronger. They’re the perfect match: understated, stylish, powerful, and not to be underestimated. This book spans that… bond, starting in 1963, when the DB5 was brand-new, to the upcoming 25th Bond film, No Time to Die, with the DB5 again … mehrtaking center stage. EON and Aston Martin provided author Simon Hugo unprecedented access to their official archives, enabling Hugo to present the DB5’s inside story and complement it with original production artwork, film storyboards, and exclusive photography.
This deluxe coffee-table book measures 11”x12 ½” and is packed with full-page, high-quality photographs, including multiple shots illustrating the DB5’s appearance in No Time to Die, making it the ideal gift for James Bond fans. weniger