Aston Martin DB5, which was used in the filming of the movie “No Time To Die” about the fictional British spy James Bond, will be sold at auction.
The auction is being organized by “Christie’s”, and collectors and other potential buyers have the perfect opportunity to own a unique car.
Vehicle bodywork is made of carbon and is painted in Silver Birch ash color. Interestingly, it is powered by the 3.2-liter engine from the BMW M3 (E46) model.
Inside, there are sports seats and seat belts, as well as a roll cage and hydraulic handbrake. Among the modifications made to the car, the cooling system was also affected. Its specificity is the similar noise to the standard model of Aston Martin DB5.
Nine copies were made for the making of the film but only one was released for sale and for this the new owner must share 2.4 million dollars.
The auction will start on September 15th and end on October 5th.