In the latest film about the British agent James Bond, called “No Time To Die”, Aston Martin models from different eras appear, and one of them has been sold at auction for a high price.
It is a replica of the DB5 model that was used for filming, and it was sold for as much as 3.2 million dollars, that is, more expensive than the original models that are sold on the market. It is one of eight cars produced by Aston Martin for the making of the film. Functional gadgets such as rotating license plates, weapons, etc. are part of the car.
The car was sold at a charity auction in London.
However, it’s not the only Aston Martin sold, as the classic 1981 V8 Vantage, which was also used in the movie No Time To Die, also sold for $703,000. The DBS Superleggera 007 Edition is priced at $449,000. All funds go to humanitarian purposes.