Our ten favourite Bond cars of all time

Aston Martin DB5

Could there have been any other car in this spot? It might be 50 years since the first Bond film Dr No was released, but we didn't get to see the classic Aston Martin DB5 until two years later in Goldfinger. But boy, was it worth it.

It was the first of the Bond cars to get totally weaponised by Q, including rotating licence plates, oil slicks, bullet-proof glass, machine guns, and of course, an ejector seat.

As Hammond said: "Gadgetising the car cost more than five times the price of actual Aston DB5." Nice.