Aston Martin DB9 GT Bond Edition is for the Real 007 Fans

Expect gun barrel embroidery and a special Bond Edition start-up screen, of course.

The Aston Martin brand and 007 have become synonymous for over half a century. The Aston Martin DB9 GT Bond Edition celebrates this union coinciding with the release of the latest Bond flick, Spectre. Limited to 150 examples worldwide, the highly desirable model is based on the recently launched DB9 GT.

Designed to offer the best of what DB9 can be, the DB9 GT delivers world-class grand touring and hand-built excellence. And we’re sure Mr. Bond would take this DB9 GT excellence to totally new heights – with a parachute…exiting a Russian cargo plane.

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A modern Aston Martin James Bond would approve of, we’re sure

This sports coupe finds some unique styling features that separate it from the DB9 GT pack including unique numbered sill plaques featuring the familiar 007 logo; gun barrel embroidery on the 2+2’s rear seat divider and a special Bond Edition start-up screen on the new model’s AMi II touch-sensitive Aston Martin infotainment system.

The exterior colour is the Spectre Silver with sterling silver Aston Martin badges both front and rear including inconspicuous 007 Bond Edition exterior badging.

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A V12 will push this DB9 GT to 547-hp

Powered by a 6.0-litre V12 engine putting out 547-hp at 6750 rpm, and 620 lb-ft. of torque at 5500 rpm, the Aston Martin DB9 GT Bond Edition will do 62 mph in 4.5 seconds hitting a top speed of 183 mph, and finds an all-alloy, quad overhead camshaft, 48-valve 5,935 cc front mid-mounted V12 paired to the rear mid-mounted Touchtronic II six-speed transmission with electronic shift-by-wire control system.

Bond Edition DB9 GT Price

The DB9 GT Bond Edition was originally sold new for $253,000 US (or £165,000).

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Amee Reehal
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