Three Aston Martin supercars will be available in the new 007 ‘blockbuster’

Bond 25 to theaters in April next year will feature the presence of three Aston Martin supercars, including two super classic cars and the latest supercar Valhalla. The rumors about the Aston Martin supercar that appeared in the new James Bond movie (Bond 25) have been rumbling for a long time. The British carmaker has just confirmed on Twitter that it will contribute three supercar for Bond 25. The most prominent of these is the Aston Martin Valhalla supercar, a collaboration between the British carmaker and Red Bull Advanced Technologies. Compared to Valkyrie, Valhalla supercar is more powerful and realistic. With production numbers limited to 500 units, Valhalla supercar is equipped with supercharged V6 engine and battery-electric hybrid system for a total capacity of about 1,000 horsepower. It is unclear what Valhalla’s role in Bond 25 is, and whether this supercar is equipped with any special toys. It is believed that Valhalla will replace DB10 (appearing in the Specter episode) and become the main transport vehicle of James Bond spy. Valhalla’s fate will not be the same as Aston Martin DBS in previous James Bond episodes. In the Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, Aston Martin DBS is mercilessly destroyed. In addition to Valhalla, two other Aston Martin classic cars also appeared in Bond 25. One of them is Aston Martin V8 Vantage, recently used for new James Bond footage in Norway. This is the model used in The Living Daylights (1987). At that time, the car was fitted with front missiles, laser launchers and many other special accessories. The icon of Aston Martin DB5 also appeared in Bond 25. Not surprisingly, the DB5 was in most of 007 episodes starring Daniel Craig, except Quantum of Solace. The information Aston Martin made coincided with the Royal’s visit to the Bond 25 set a few days ago. Prince Charles took a picture with actor Daniel Craig alongside two models of DB5 and V8 Vantage.