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Evolution of 007 Cars by Evans Halshaw

November, 4 2012

Famous Cars

On their website Evans Halshaw have posted some excellent illustrations of all the James Bond cars through history. He is the pick of the litter:

(1962) Doctor No - Sunbeam Alpine

The Alpine was the first James Bond car and had no alterations by Q’s lab.

(1964) Goldfinger - Aston Martin DB5

The first appearance of the most iconic James Bond car.

(1967) You Only Live Twice - Toyota GT 2000

Only two of these convertibles were ever built, and they were custom-made for the film!

(1977) The Spy Who Loved Me - Lotus Espirit S1

Possesses full underwater kit that transforms the car into a submarine.

(1987) The Living Daylights - Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante

Equipped with out-riggers for ‘skiing’ off-road in snowy conditions.

(1997) Tomorrow Never Dies - BMW 750I1

Conveniently controlled by a remote control in 007’s mobile phone.

(2006) Casino Royale - Aston Martin DBS V12

Given to 007 by M on his first assignment. Has a medical station containing poison analysis kit and a defibrillator.

(2012) Skyfall - Aston Martin DB5

The sixth time the Aston Martin DB5 has been featured in a Bond film.

For the full list visit the Evans Halshaw website.

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