The Aston Martin DB10 in the new James Bond film SPECTRE has a much bigger role in the latest trailer for film, which also reveals Cristoph Waltz as the main antagonist. Even better? The DB10 gets a reverse flamethrower.
What do James Bond and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang have in common? Ian Fleming wrote both of them. Did you know that? I didn't know that. Opponaut Justin Westbrook did know that. And he breaks down just why the flying car is actually a Bond car.
Remember when we told you that James Bond's famous Lotus Esprit Submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me is headed to auction soon? It turns out that's only half the story — the truly crazy story is about the guy who found it in a storage container he bought for $100.
People like to say that you should look at a Mercedes-Benz S-Class to figure out what sort of things are going to be on mainstream cars within a decade. Stuff like ABS and airbags showed up on the big Merc long before they did on, say, a Golf.
When we asked you to name every single James Bond car ever, it did my heart good to see so many of you chime in to stick up for 2008's Quantum of Solace. Nearly every review I've seen of Skyfall so far has mentioned what a "dud" or a "disaster" its prequel was, and I don't think that criticism was fair at all.
James Bond has never really had a sidekick. Unless you count his car. From the very beginning, when Dr. No debuted in 1962, 007 has battled the baddies in a ride that stands out from all others in the movie.
We have been denied TG:UK for too long, but we'll get a taste of the car world's most popular show on November 2nd. Richard Hammond will air a special on Bond cars along with some additional Top Gear action.
A week ago, England's National Motor Museum brought out four Bond girls to open its "Bond In Motion" exhibition showing off vehicles from the movie franchise.
These photos of a Lotus Evora on an unidentified film set in the French Alps show the same skis and gold-on-copper paint job as the Lotus Esprit Turbo from For Your Eyes Only. UPDATE!