It will come with machine guns, revolving number plates, battering rams, a smoke screen delivery system, bullet resistant rear pop-up shield and something to simulate an oil slick.
Cinema company EON Productions took part in designing the modern version of the auto, equipping it with several spy gadget replicas you may know from the movies.
"We have licence in the film world to "cheat" different aspects under controlled conditions". For instance, we might have four different cars to accommodate four different gadgets. Deliveries are not expected to happen until 2020.
We got even more excited when we saw how the gadgets are actually going to work.
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The 20th Bonhams Aston Martin sale will see almost 70 years of British motor history up for auction, from a 1952 Lagonda to a 2019 Vanquish Zagato shooting brake. Clearly this is not practical in untrained hands, so we have devised a new system to achieve a realistic effect'.
All the new cars will be authentic reproductions of the DB5 seen on screen, with some sympathetic modifications to ensure the highest levels of build quality and reliability.
One thing to keep in mind is that the cars won't necessarily be legal to drive on public roads. They will all be made in the same color, Silver Birch.
The cars will be reserved for the Bond fans with the biggest wallets, as each of the 25 examples will cost a whopping £2.75 million.
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The DB5 has featured in six subsequent 007 films - Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, Skyfall and Spectre.
Built at Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire the historic home of the brand for more than half a century and the place where all 898 original DB5 sports cars were manufactured between 1963 and 1965 the 25 continuation models* will include an array of functioning devices created by Bond film special effects genius Chris Corbould OBE.
The significant feature will be a "smokescreen" device to save the auto from "hostile pursuers" and an oil squirter to throw imaginary oil slick on suspects.
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