James Bond has driven several different chase cars and getaway vehicles over the years, including a Lincoln Continental, Range Rover Classic and a 1930 Bentley 4 1/2 liter. But Bond’s longest partnership undoubtedly is with Aston Martin, dating back to 1964 with the introduction of the DB5 in “Goldfinger.” Almost 50 years later, the DB5 made an appearance as 007’s vehicle again in “Skyfall.” This year’s movie features an Aston Martin.
The British manufacturer made 10 examples, labeled the DB10, and next year one of the luxury vehicles will be auctioned off. But don’t start planning your adventures as a secret agent just yet. The owner of the DB10 will not be able to drive the sports car around town because it is not certified to be on the road.
As for the villain’s car, the Jaguar C-X75, it too was made solely for the movie franchise. Only seven were built, and Jag says that, unfortunately, they are not for sale. The C-X75 was first introduced at the 2010 Paris Motor Show but never went into production. Keep an eye out for seven Range Rover Sport SVRs and 10 Land Rover Defenders that were also customized for the film.