The Little Car Company makes the most over-the-top and stunning kids’ cars in the world, as the luxury brand has collaborated with elite automakers like Aston Martin, Ferrari, and Bugatti to create to-scale versions of some of the most iconic sports cars of all time. Now, the company is turning its attention to fictional vehicles with the new Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition.
The car, as you may have surmised, is a James Bond-branded version of the existing DB5 Junior. But there’s far more going on here than an exercise in branding. This ⅔-scale DB5 looks like it’s had a visit to Q Branch and is outfitted with a slew of gadgets, just like the car that Bond drives in his latest on-screen adventure and in classic films like Goldfinger. The new DB5 Junior features simulated Gatling guns behind the headlights, a cycling digital license plate, and a working smoke screen that deploys from the car’s tailpipe. There’s also a skid mode that allows for donuts, and all gadgets are activated via a hidden switch panel. Like the original DB5 Junior from The Little Car Company, the No Time To Die Edition is powered by a fully-electric powertrain, but a considerably more robust one. The car features a quad-pack of 1.8kWh battery packs — double the battery power of the DB5 Vantage Junior — and puts out 21.5 horsepower. That might not sound like a ton, but this little ride has a stirring top speed of 45 mph.
The interior of the DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition has room for an adult and a child, which makes driving the car a family-friendly activity. But that family time doesn’t come cheap, as the car is priced from £90,000 (~$123,000). Production is limited to just 125 units and prospective buyers can register their interest at The Little Car Company’s website.