Kid-Sized Version Of James Bond Car Will Cost You More Than Your Real Car

The Little Car Company has produced a miniature 2:3 scale Aston Martin DB5 in anticipation of the next James Bond film ‘No Time to Die’.

The vehicle uses an electric motor and is a kid-friendly version of the iconic James Bond automobile. The car also contains functional James Bond gadgets, which adds to the excitement.

In terms of technical specifications, the car’s electric motor delivers up to 20 horsepower and has a peak speed of over 70 kilometers per hour. They further mention that as the headlights retract, toy machine guns emerge from the front of the car, as well as a smokescreen system that pours black smoke via exhaust pipes and an electronic license plate that cycles through several plates.

The Little Car Company is a mini car manufacturer located in the United Kingdom that has previously produced replicas of renowned supercars such as the Bugatti Type 35 and Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa.

Adults and kids alike may operate these mini automobiles. The junior version is a two-seat roadster, and the modification isn’t just for looks; the lack of a roof makes the car simpler to get into and out.

The Little Car Company has devised Novice, Expert, and Competition modes for drivers to choose from. These settings range from low power and speed for children to high power and speed for adults. The DB5 Junior is reportedly regarded as an “authentic Aston Martin model,” with owners receiving immediate membership in the Aston Martin Owners Club.

Naturally, a reproduction as accurate as the Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die edition costs more than twice as much as the two brands’ previous most costly partnership. Prices start at USD 123,000 (about PHP 6,200,000), so tell your wannabe James Bond friends to start saving their Christmas and birthday money now if they want one.

Watch the DB5 Junior No Time To Die edition launch here:


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