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Things are moving forward quickly with the new James Bond film, which has now revealed its title of No Time To Die and will star Daniel Craig in his final performance as secret agent 007.
Filming of No Time To Die is moving forward at a very quick pace and the film’s director Cary Joji Fukunaga is doing everything in his power to make this one incredible blockbuster movie.
Along with plenty of exotic locations, blockbuster action spectacle and an incredible supporting cast, who also includes Academy Award winner Rami Malek as the film’s villain, No Time To Die will also feature plenty of amazing vehicles.
In keeping with previous instalments including 2012’s Skyfall and 2015’s Spectre, the classic Aston Martin DB5 will be featured heavily in the film. Ever since 1964’s Goldfinger this vehicle and its brand has been an integral part to the Bond series and for No Time To Die 25 Aston Martin DB5 replicas have been created for use in the film’s extensive stunts.
In addition to the DB5, No Time To Die will also feature the appearance of an Aston Martin Series II V8 Vantage. Previously used in 1987’s The Living Daylights starring Timothy Dalton, the Vantage boasts a 5.3-litre V8 and can reach speeds of up to 270 km/h.
Finally, Craig will also get behind the wheel of an Aston Martin Valhalla. This currently in production supercar, which was built in collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing is a solid beast of a machine and will give the new Bond film some series edge.
Only 500 production models will be created with the Valhalla, and this two-door coupe features a 1.6 L Aston Twin-turbocharged V6 engine and has an output of 986 hp. It will also use the Castrol Nexcel 90-second oil change system first used in the track-only Aston Marin Vulcan and will be the first road car to use such a system.
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With so many awesome vehicles at his disposal, Craig will be in for some serious action when No Time To Die arrives in theatres next year on April 9, 2020.