Aston Martin DB9 GT Bond Edition

Sep 4, 2015

Category: Rides

We would all love to have the life of 007. All of the cool gadgets, cars, and incredibly beautiful women are all perks of being the world’s most famous spy. Now, we can have a little bit of Bond’s style in our lives with the Aston Martin DB9 GT Bond Edition.

This Aston Martin will appear in Spectre this November, and soon you’ll be able to own it. It’s finished in an exclusive Spectre Silver livery, with sterling silver Aston Martin logos and edition-specific badging. The interior contains number sill plaques, gun barrel embroidery and a special start-up screen. Under the hood, the car is identical to the standard DB9 GT, including a 6.0-litre V12 engine pushing nearly 540 horsepower and a Touchtronic II six-speed transmission. It hits 62 mph in just 4.5 seconds, and has a top speed of 183 mph. It’s an extremely limited edition, as there will be just 150 made available around the world. Pricing starts at $250,000.

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