The Tesla Model S Plaid base model will set you back $129,990 USD, and Little Car Company’s Aston Martin DB5 Junior “No Time to Die” edition, a cool $120,000. However, this one definitely comes with more cool toys, or at least from a James Bond perspective. It’s limited to just 125 vehicles worldwide and handcrafted at 66% scale of the original, complete with a fully electric powertrain. Not only do you get the iconic Silver Birch paintwork, Smiths instruments, and individually numbered chassis plates, but also special edition 007 badging. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The original vehicle featured in Goldfinger came equipped with twin .303-caliber machine guns popping out of the indicator lights, and this one has miniaturized versions behind the headlights as well, but just without the ammunition. Coolest feature? DB5 Junior can produce a real smokescreen to aid a successful getaway that is ejected through the rear ‘exhaust’, fed from a supply with a 1-hour capacity. Last, but not least, there’s a hidden gadget panel that lets you control it all at the push of a button.
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Back in the Sixties, Bond’s DB5 relied on a set of front and rear revolving numberplates to attract less attention from untrustworthy characters. For the latest movie, these have been upgraded to digital LCD number plates, and these have been miniaturized to 66% scale for the DB5 Junior,” said the company.