Some of the highlights include a smokescreen generator, machine gun barrels that poke through the front turn signals, and oil squirters that sit behind the rear turn signals, just like in the movie car.
Aston Martin enlisted the help of Chris Corbould, the special effects supervisor on James Bond films, to engineer the gadgets.
RM Sotheby’s predict the car will fetch between £3.1 and £4.7 million (m and m) when it goes up for auction.
This 1965 DB5 includes Browning.30 calibre machine guns, wheel-hub mounted tire-slashers, smoke screen dispensers and revolving license plates.
Bond’s DB5 from Goldfinger (1964) is equipped with front and rear hydraulic over-rider rams on the bumpers, a Browning.30 calibre machine gun in each fender, wheel-hub mounted tire-slashers, a raising rear bullet-proof screen, an in-dash radar tracking scope, oil, caltrop and smoke screen dispensers, revolving license plates, and a passenger-seat ejection system.
For its time, an advanced piece of tech in the Aston Martin was the telephone in the driver’s door to communicate with MI6 headquarters.
What other cars 007 will use in Bond 25 remains to be seen.Barney Ruprecht, a car specialist at RM Sotheby’s, said: “No other car in history has played a more important leading role on film and in pop culture than the Aston Martin DB5.“The DB5 is the iconic cornerstone of a marketing relationship that still exists to this day - with the model’s collectable status rooted largely in its 007 fame-and we look forward to exciting car and film enthusiasts alike in the lead up to the auction.“This is an unbelievably rare chance to play secret agent in a car that offers incredible performance and style in its own right and we’re honoured to offer the Bond DB5 alongside our partners at Aston Martin.”A guide price for the car is set for between ,000,000-,000,000 (£3,155,920-£4,733,880).Over the course of forty years, James Bond movies have featured a variety of cars.And in case you were wondering, no, those aren't real machine guns—the tips of the barrels have a light inside them that illuminates instead to give the appearance of being fired.The Invoice Price of a vehicle is the amount that a dealer pays to the manufacturer for the vehicle.