How Expensive Is the Priciest James Bond Car?
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Ever since the first James Bond film, Dr. No, hit screens in 1962, the iconic British spy has been a staple of cinema. Each Bond movie offers globe-hopping adventures, inventive gadgets and of course luxurious new and classic cars.
The cheapest Bond car is the BMW Z3, but as you might expect, most of the cars driven by James Bond certainly aren’t cheap by most standards.
According to a list from Screen Rant, the most expensive vehicle in the Bond franchise can sell for a jaw-dropping $4.6 million.
Even the less expensive Bond cars on the list are still exorbitant, and this is true for both the new and classic cars.
The Toyota 2000GT is a mid-priced option (if you can call it that) on an expensive spectrum
The Toyota 2000GT is current 007, Daniel Craig’s, favorite Bond car.
James Bond often drives Aston Martins or Jaguars, but in 1967’s You Only Live Twice, Bond drove his first and only Toyota. Current Bond actor Daniel Craig has stated that the 2000GT is his favorite Bond car.
This open-top Toyota 2000GT is worth $1 million, and this could be partly because there were only two of this specific model made.
While this may be the only Toyota in a Bond movie, Toyota vehicles get the spotlight in other film series. The Toyota Supra is still one of the most famous cars in the Fast & Furious movies.
Villainous style with the Jaguar C-X75
It is not uncommon to see Jaguar vehicles in James Bond movies, but what sets the C-X75 apart is that it is the most expensive car not driven by Bond. Instead, this rare Jaguar was driven by a villain played by Dave Bautista in 2015’s Spectre.
The Jaguar C-X75 is a powerful car that can reach a top speed of 200 miles per hour. Like many other Bond cars, this was also a limited production vehicle, and comes at a price of $1.2 million.
The custom Aston Martin DB10
While Bond has driven other vehicles throughout the years, no brand is more closely associated with James Bond than Aston Martin.
It is only natural that at some point, an Aston Martin should be made specifically for a Bond film. This is exactly what the Aston Martin DB10 is.
The DB10 appears in Spectre, and is humorously involved in a chase scene with the previously discussed Jaguar C-X75. An ejector seat, rear machine gun, and exhaust pipe flamethrowers earn this totally unique vehicle a value of $3.5 million.
The Aston Martin DB5 is an iconic Bond mainstay
When thinking of Bond cars, you most likely think of the classic Aston Martin DB5. This gem, perhaps the most iconic of the lot, has been part of eight Bond films so far, and is going to be in the much-anticipated upcoming installment No Time To Die as well.
If someone wanted to purchase an Aston Martin DB5, they would probably have to be a celebrity collector like Tom Hanks. At a recent auction in London, this high-tech signature Bond car went for about $4.6 million, making it the most expensive Bond car yet.
James Bond is at the center of a lot of car chases, so hopefully he has insurance to cover any damage to the luxury cars in his care. You don’t have to be a super spy to get great deals, though.
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