Believe it or not, the James Bond movies have been around for just about fifty years now, spanning 23 films. Global Watch Shop has an nifty guide to all of the tactile gadgets of the British spy presented in the only way people view facts on the internet - an infographic!
The Aston Martin DB5 and James Bond are both icons in their own right, and bringing them together for the first time in 1964's Goldfinger was a partnership so perfect the car has appeared in the spy's stories six more times in fifty years. And it has to stop - now.
Earlier this month the London Air Ambulance held their largest charity auction of the year to raise support for their services. The biggest bid of the night, however cynically ironic considering the occasion, came at the opportunity for the bidder to die at the hands of James Bond.
SPECTRE, the next James Bond film, is quickly shaping up to be the most extravagant mind-blowing experience of our lives. Buckle up, because I've got a lot of Bond-related car news for you. And move over The Spy Who Loved Me, SPECTRE just might become The Greatest Car Movie Of All Time.
I'm sure only a few of you noticed Patrick George and Jason Torchinsky's recent attempts at drilling every known photo and fact about the new Aston Martin DB10 into all of your heads, but if you actually have somehow managed to come across one of their articles, you'll probably want to read this, too.
In London this morning at 11:08 A.M. Sam Mendes announced the title, cast, and shooting locations of the 24th James Bond film, titled Spectre. Oh, he brought the brand new Aston Martin DB10 with him, too.
Fun Fact: Way back in January of 2006, Aston Martin made the unprecedented announcement that an all new model would be revealed to the world later that year in the 21st James Bond movie, Casino Royale. That model ended up being the revival of the DBS, which was based on the DB-9 platform. All of this happened thanks…