Before the new movie “James Bond 007 – No Time to Die” opens in cinemas at the end of September, Aston Martin has now started an advertising campaign. This started at Battersea Power Station in the middle of London. There they showed the new TV spot, in which brand connoisseurs can already spot three of the star vehicles used. Probably the most famous secret agent in film history not only drives his classic DB5. He apparently also drives a DBS like George Lazenby in 1969’s “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”. There’s also a brand-new Vantage and the Valhalla.
Already after the first films in which James Bond drove an Aston Martin, Corgi brought a matching model car to the market. Fittingly, they now presented an oversized model car box with a DB5 in front of the Battersea Power Station. The car on display is the prototype of the Goldfinger Continuation Series with various Q options. For example, Aston Martin installed here suggested machine guns behind the auxiliary lights, rotating license plates and a bullet trap behind the rear window. The oversized Corgi box measures 5.66 meters in length, is 2.7 meters wide and 2.7 meters high. This display will remain there until October 1. For the premiere, the other Bond vehicles and some new Aston Martins were also there.
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