007 No Time To Die, the twenty-fifth James Bond movie will be released on September 30. The movie will feature four iconic Aston Martin from past, present and future.
Aston Martin and Corgi introduced Aston Martin Valhalla, a full-size model of the original 1965 Corgi DB5 in order to celebrate the return of the movie that will a gift for audiences’ Aston Martin yearning with the iconic DB5, the classic V8, the brand’s super GT-DBS and the latest model.
The model measures over 5.66 metres long, 2.7m tall and 2.7m deep, whilst also referencing the movie with rotating plates, a retractable bulletproof rear shield, plus pop out machine guns that extending front over riders.
It was opened by Marek Reichman, Aston Martin Lagonda’s EVP and Chief Creative Officer, while Chris Corbould OBE, Special Effects Coordinator of No Time To Die, also witnessed the moment.
The unveiling was carried out by Marek Reichman, EVP and Chief Creative Director, Aston Martin Lagonda. Reichman was joined by Chris Corbould OBE, No Time To Die’s Special Effects Co-ordinator. The full-size replica Corgi DB5 box will be on display at Battersea Power Station, London for the general public to see until 1 October 2021.