Back in August Aston Martin announced it was to build a limited edition of 25 DB5s kitted out with Q Branch optional extras. Each Goldfinger DB5 continuation car will be priced at £2.75m plus taxes. First deliveries to customers will commence in 2020 but the car will not be street legal.
In this video Chris Corbould speaks about the gadgets being fitted to these 25 cars, including revolving number plates and the bullet proof shield. The gadgets completed so far include smoke screen, oil slick and front machine guns. I wonder why they aren’t street legal?
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