James Bond Will Once Again Ride In His Aston Martin DB5

James Bond is the ultimate spy. Not only does he have all of the gadgets, travel the world, and get the girl, but he also drives some of the best cars. Thanks to the latest trailer for the upcoming ‘No Time To Die,’ it looks like James Bond will once again ride in his Aston Martin DB5.

The Iconic Bond Car

When it comes to the James Bond franchise, the cars are just as memorable as the actors who portray him. His most iconic car is the Aston Martin DB5, which first appeared in ‘Goldfinger’ back in 1964. Since then, it has made a few appearances in the franchise, and we are getting another peek at the vintage beauty in ‘No Time To Die,’ the latest Bond movie.

The List Of Gadgets

Bond has always been known for his gadgets, and his DB5 didn’t disappoint in ‘Goldfinger.’ We first got to see the car’s gadgets on display during Bond’s briefing with Q and later in the film.

The British spy had revolving number plates, a GPS console, tire slashers, and a smokescreen at the touch of a button. That wasn’t all though, Bond used an oil slick, ejector seat, bulletproof windows, and front-mounted machine guns to great effect. Now that classic car is making a comeback, and we hope some of those old gadgets get used once more in the latest Bond movie.

Looking Battered

Although Bond always survives, the same can’t be said for his cars. Somehow the Aston Martin DB5 has made it over 50 years, but there are signs of wear and tear in the latest movie trailer. Bond’s BD5 is riddled with bullets, and the latest trailer teases some machine-gun fire from that iconic spy car.

The world is waiting with anticipation for the latest James Bond movie, and with a release date of November 2020, the wait is almost over.

These Are The Car Features Only ’90s Kids Will Remember

The technology inside our cars is always advancing, to the point where the latest car features in the 1990s are mostly obsolete. In fact, we reckon these are the car features only ’90s kids will remember.

These Are The Car Features Only ’90s Kids Will Remember

Cassette Players

Unless you really loved the radio in the ’80s or ’90s, there’s a good chance you loaded up your glovebox with cassettes. Now, we create driving playlists using streaming services, but back in the 1990s, people couldn’t live without their cassettes. Road trips were remembered by the cassettes you listened to, especially as you ended up listening to them over and over again.

Broken Or No AC

Air conditioning basically comes as standard in cars these days, but during the 1990s it was a real novelty. Even if you owned a car that had AC, there was no guarantee it would work. Instead of nice chilled atmospheres, many of us spent our time in our cars feeling hot and bothered any time the summer rolled around.

These Are The Car Features Only ’90s Kids Will Remember

Roll-down Windows

Electric windows were the exception in the decade, most people had to roll their windows up and own manually. Cranking those winders wasn’t exactly hard work, but pressing a button in modern cars is so much easier.

Steering Wheel Locks

Steering wheel locks were everywhere during the ’90s. These theft-preventing devices slipped inside the steering wheel to stop any would-be thief from driving away with your boxy ’90s car.

These Are The Car Features Only ’90s Kids Will Remember

Lighters And Ashtrays

Before we all truly understood the dangers of smoking, many people used to do it in their cars. That meant our vehicles had to come equipped with lighters and ashtrays, although we no longer see them in modern cars. Instead the lighter is replaced by a battery slot, and the ashtray is just another storage compartment.

Times have certainly changed since the ’90s, and it’s fair to say our cars are now way better than they ever were during this iconic decade.