Stylish, sophisticated and sexy – and that's just the cars! Since debuting in 1962, the James Bond film franchise has grossed more than $11 billion over the course of 23 films. Audiences worldwide have flocked to see the adventures of the world's best-known spy, who in return has created some iconic movie memories.
When he's not too busy hitting up the casino, Bond's adventures take him to far-flung places, which usually means he needs some transport to get there. Fortunately, the world's top car manufacturers, including Aston Martin and BMW, have been on hand to supply the wheels. Whether corkscrewing over a bridge during an unforgettable chase scene, or taking to the deep in a customised Lotus Esprit submarine, the cars used throughout the history of Bond have arguably taken equal billing alongside the suave 007.
To celebrate next month's release of SPECTRE, we've taken a look at some of the most iconic Bond cars, such as the timeless Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger and the slick BMW Z3 from Goldeneye, giving you the low-down on their values and specs as well as some movie trivia. So if you've ever wondered how much it costs to buy one of Bond's cars, then you've come to the right place.