Aston Martin DBS Superleggera from the latest Bond film at the Bonhams auction site

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera from the latest Bond film at the Bonhams auction site


It seems that cars in Bond films are more discussed than the films themselves. The Land Rover has a part in it, but in terms of cars it mainly revolves around Aston Martin. Good news, because soon there will be Aston Martin DBS Superleggera from the latest Bond film No Time to Die during the Bonhams auction.

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera out No Time to Die

This DBS superleggera from 2019 will play a major role during Bonhams Festival of Fast Sales which will take place in Goodwood on Friday 24 June. Aside from this classic car, you can also bid for a special Land Rover Defender, designed specifically for the Bond film. heretic from 2015.

“Bonhams has a history of successfully selling cars from James Bond films, so we’re excited to present the two most recent stars of the series.”

The first and only owner was generous enough to donate a car to Eon Productions. The production company chose to do so because Aston Martin could not supply the DBS Superleggera factory for production. The film company used DBS Superleggera for about two years and covered 90% of the miles indicated by the odometer.

Thanks to the 715 hp 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, this British car is ideal for an exciting chase. With this powerful train, Grand Tourere reaches a top speed of 340 km / h and from a standstill it can reach 100 km / h within 3.4 seconds.

More than new prices

Despite the fact that this model is less popular compared to previous films, it is estimated that this film car will have to offer more than € 379,000 a new price. Bonhams estimates that this No Time to Die car will cost between € 465,000 and € 580,000. However, that is exactly what is happening with cars that have become part of blockbusters.

Earlier this year, Bond actor Sean Connery’s Aston Martin DB5 was auctioned off.