James Bond had plenty of gadgets over the years, some memorable, some not so much, but the things that really stood the test of time are the rides. So whether or not you’re a globe-trotting man of mystery, or, like 007 himself, just frequently clean up at the casino, you’ll appreciate these incredible automobiles with a price tag comparable to the jackpot at MobileCasino.mobi.
AMC Hornet: From The Man With The Golden Gun, this car is noteworthy for a great stunt sequence in which Bond manages to pull off a twisting corkscrew jump from one side of a broken bridge to the other while making it look like a piece of cake.
Alfa Romeo GTV6: Roger Moore’s second to last outing in 1983’s Octopussy, Bond liberates this Italian classic from its owner while hastening on to thwart a bomb blast in a circus tent. Casually.
Aston Martin Vanquish: Featured in 2002’s Die Another Day, this was an incredible ride in a not-so-incredible movie.
Aston Martin DB5: The DB5 sports a smoke screen, an oil dispenser, a revolving license plate and most notable of all, an ejector seat. Oh yeah, and it looks amazing.
BMW 750iL: Appearing in Brosnans’ second outing as Bond in 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies, this car has everything but the kitchen sink. Aside from a nearly indestructible body that emits a shock should anyone touch it, the BMW 750iL has auto inflating tires and (no big deal) missile launchers.
Lotus Esprit S1: Nothing captured the imagination of young and old alike more than 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me, in which Roger Moore used this car to submerge himself and the heroine under the sea.