From Goldfinger to No Time To Die, Bond has never been far from his Aston Martin DB5. This car has arguably been part of his DNA for over 50 years. Now, an exclusive partnership between Aston Martin, EON Productions, and The Little Car Company brings you the Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition.
A gadget-laden collector’s item like no other, hand-built to 66 percent scale of the original, with a fully electric powertrain, the Aston Martin DB5 Junior has been reimagined for Bond fans worldwide.
No Bond car would be complete without futuristic gadgets, and the Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition is no exception. Chris Corbould OBE, the Oscar®-winning special effects supervisor who has worked on some fifteen James Bond films since the early 1980s, consulted on the development of the movie car’s complex gadgets in miniature; “When I saw the DB5 Junior in the flesh, I was amazed at how identical it is to the full-sized car – it’s stunning. It’s an amazing feat of engineering.”
To discover the full suite of Q inspired gadgets, please visit our new 007 homepage for a full mission briefing: thelittlecar.co/db5junior/007/
In The Press:
In a joint press release with Aston Martin and EON Productions (the production company behind the James Bond films), The DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition was released to the world on the 21st of September 2021, a week ahead of the No Time To Die world premiere.
Both 007 and Aston Martin coveted the DB5 Junior across social, attracting huge attention from Bond and DB5 fans alike:
Click on the links below to read some of our favorite news articles;
We desperately want this teeny No Time To Die DB5 | Top Gear
This $120,000 Mini Aston Martin Lets Kids Live The Super Spy Life (jalopnik.com)
This $125,000 Mini Aston Martin DB5 Will Turn Your Kids Into James Bond (forbes.com)
Young James Bond wannabes can land a mini replica of his Aston Martin DB5 — if parents have £90,000 to spare (the-sun.com)
Little Car Company builds scaled-down version of James Bond’s No Time To Die Aston Martin DB5, complete with gadgets (driving.co.uk)
A note from CEO Ben Hedley:
“Regarded as the most famous car in cinematic history, the gadget-laden Aston Martin DB5 awed audiences around the world over fifty years ago. Now, that story continues. As part of an exclusive partnership with the creators of the film, and the masterminds behind the Aston Martin DB5, we have had the opportunity to create something truly unique for James Bond fans and collectors. We can’t wait to see the adventures these cars take with their owners.”
Pricing for the car has been set at £90,000, plus local taxes. Existing Aston Martin DB5 Junior clients will be given first refusal on upgrading to a No Time To Die Edition, and remaining build slots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Production commences in the UK in Q2 2022, with deliveries taking place worldwide over the next two years.
Only 125 vehicles will be built, making these the ultimate collector’s item for Bond fans worldwide.
Build slots can be requested by visiting; Register your interest 007 – (thelittlecar.co)