And because the DB5 has appeared in numerous Bond movies in the past, you would think that seeing it on the silver screen has already lost its magic. But you’d be wrong. The recently released trailer portrays the DB5 in a way that would make young kids today want to hang posters of the car in their rooms.
There’s a suspenseful scene in which the DB5 is shown being cornered at some plaza. Mr. Bond has nowhere to go, with his adversaries firing high-powered guns at the classic automobile. But the protagonist isn’t bothered in the list, thanks to the car’s bulletproof glass.
And then he is seen pushing a button. Oh shit…
That button, it turns out, activates what appear to be automatic Gatling guns tucked behind the DB5’s headlights.
Watching the car mercilessly spraying bullets at the villains is particularly satisfying. Take that for ruining its paint job!
If only for the Aston Martin DB5’s breathtaking action scenes, we’ll make sure to watch No Time To Die. It would be a shame not to.