Back in 2018, Aston Martin announced what most of us thought would never happen: the revival of the legendary DB5 in a special Goldfinger Edition re-release. Earlier this summer, the first of said reproduction models finally rolled off the line after some 4,500 hours of painstaking construction. In an effort to further capitalize on the iconic Bond car hype, Aston’s partnering with The Little Car Company to release the DB5 Junior.
Based on a 3D scan of the Aston Martin DB5, the Junior is a 66% scale replica of the original and features some incredible attention to detail. For instance, each of the 1,059 limited edition vehicles will sport a slew of scaled-down styling touches, including authentic badgework, a full leather interior, and some replicated Smiths instruments. But this isn’t your average Barbie Jeep — the DB5 Junior is a performance-built miniature. It sports a complete set of disc brakes in addition to a double-wishbone suspension at the front and a live axle at the rear. Under the hood, the Junior can be specced with an electric motor in the standard 6.7bhp variant or the more powerful 13.4 bhp Vantage edition. Secure your build today starting from $46,500.
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