Even though Ford has dropped Aston Martin, James Bond will still get his DBS back for the next 007 film. And if you want to feel very ‘Bondish’ with the new DBS, get ready to cash out over $200,000 dollars. Of course if you want little gadgets that make you feel like Bond himself, prepare to spend over $300,000.
When the V12, 510 horsepower DBS arrives on U.S. soil in the first quarter of 2008, it will carry a price tag of a whopping $265,000 dollars. But of course, the ‘DBS’ experience is worth every penny of it. We mean there’s got to be something about it since when you start the engine, the words “Power, Beauty, Soul” flash up on the speedometer (click through to see a video of that).
Of course you can cash out $265,000 for the Aston Martin and be quite satisfied with it. However, if you want to feel a little more like 007, the company will sell you a limited edition, matching Jaeger LeCoultre chronograph wristwatch, which will start up the car, and lock and unlock it when you touch the watch. But be prepared to spend another $36,000 for the option.
How else do you plan on getting from 0-60 in 4.1 seconds in style?
Aston Martin DBS in Infa Red Gallery:
Aston Martin DBS Racing Green Gallery:
Aston Martin DBS in Lightning Silver Gallery:
Source: The Detroit News
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