Aston Martin DB5 | A cinema car

The appointment this week is with a car cinema and this time we are talking about a car that has really made the history of the big screen. The Aston Martin DB5 one of the cars most commonly used in the films of James Bond. There are five films in which this model appears: 007 Goldfinger, Operation Thunder 007, Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies and the latest, Casino Royale. This coupe was only produced for three years by the English, from 1963 to 1965 in just 1021 copies (of which 123 in the convertible version). It enter into business instead of DB4 with a wider frame of the headlights and orange turn signals.

Aston Martin DB5 side

Aston Martin DB5 side

Aston Martin DB5 front

Aston Martin DB5 front

Aston Martin DB5 rear

Aston Martin DB5 rear

Powered by the 3.7 six-cylinder in-line with a power of 282 horses mated to a four-speed gearbox which accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 7.3 seconds and reaches 238 km / h.

Aston Martin DB5 interior

Aston Martin DB5 interior

Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5 interior

Aston Martin DB5 interior

The version seen in the films of James Bond was of course,changed with some special equipment like the bumper stretch, bulletproof glass or smoke generator. Furthermore, the vehicle used in Goldfinger is not a DB5 but in reality a DB4 Vantage amended since at the time of recording of the film the DB5 had not yet entered production.

Aston Martin DB5 engine

Aston Martin DB5 engine

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