The luxury British marque has teamed up with the Little Car Company to create a limited-edition variant of its DB5...
Arguably the most famous car in the world, the iconic DB5 has firmly secured its place in automotive history. Coveted by car enthusiasts around the world, DB5 ownership has historically been the preserve of the lucky few. From Goldfinger to No Time To Die, the DB5 has been a staple of the Bond DNA now as the 25th Bond film is released Aston Martin and The Little Car Company bring you the Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition.
Hand-crafted to allow the love of driving to be shared across generations, the Aston Martin DB5 Junior will be built to 66% scale of the original and will feature a rear-wheel-drive, fully electric powertrain and multiple driving modes and just like the original car, the DB5 Junior: No Time To Die edition can produce a smokescreen to aid a successful getaway. Ejected through the rear ‘exhaust’, the smoke is fed from a supply with an hour’s capacity between top-ups, plenty to mask your escape.
The DB5 Junior is equipped with a 16-kW powertrain connected to four 1.8-kWh battery packs that can generate a nearly 22 hp, able enough to reach a top speed of 45 mph.
The DB5 Junior is designed to offer seating for an adult and child side by side, to allow all generations of Bond fans to share the love of driving. Unsurprisingly, the DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition, doesn’t come cheap. Limited to just 125 models the limited-edition junior car starts at £90,000 (or about $123,00).
Watch the official No Time trailer below:
Images provided courtesy of Aston Martin