• May 4, 2006


After a sneak peak of the DBS was revealed on an upcoming cover of CAR magazine, Aston Martin has released official pics of the car James Bond will be driving in the next installment of the 007 series called Casino Royale. Aston Martin’s Design Director, Marek Reichman, has said that the DBS hints at the brand’s future design direction. He describes the styling as “encapsulating a link between our elegant DB9 road car and the powerful DBR9 race car.” Reichman again refused to disclose the arsenal of weapons that will be onboard the DBS, though we imagine we’ll see all of them in action soon enough.

More pics after the jump...

[Source: WorldCarFans]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      This car just sold me on Aston Martins. And if it sounds like the movie version, I'm getting in line.
      • 8 Years Ago
      this is easily the most beautiful car in the world and i felt physical pain when bond crashes it just to avoid hitting a some girl (bloody good movie otherwise)
      • 8 Years Ago
      The body kit at the front looks rather dodgy.
      otherwise its nice
      I would buy the Vanquish S myself, but still a very nice car
      • 8 Years Ago
      I think aston may have just ruined their image. The DB9 is a MUCH better looking car, this is tacky IMO.

      They could have at least used a decent car for the photoshot. The gear stick is covered in little scratches and the dash is covered in finger prints. Not the right image for an aston
      David Driver
      • 8 Years Ago
      Body kit resembles somthing a chav might put on his clio to go to a cruise on saturday evening in b&q carpark, surly a more subtle styling job would suit a beutifull DB9
      • 4 Years Ago
      I CAN'T BELIEVE ALL THE COMPLAINTS I'M READING.

      WAA WAA WAA GO GET A WAAAAMBULANCE!!!!

      I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THIS CAR,

      EVEN WITH ALL THE "FLAWS" THAT WERE MENTIONED.

      I WOULD ALSO LOVE TO HAVE THE MONEY

      TO AFFORD ONE OF THESE BEAUTIES.

      BET IT SOUNDS AND DRIVES LIKE A DREAM.

      IT REALLY IS A GORGEOUS CAR.

      • 8 Years Ago
      Just bought my first Aston-a DB9. Didn't know the DBS would go to production at the time. I thought I'd have to move up. No way. The 9 is much better looking. What happened to British design restraint?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Oh my god that's gorgeous. And it has a regular manual transmission. I want!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Even though I'm a blue oval hater (sorry) I LOVE Aston Martins. Ive seen 2 in person and they are the most beutiful thing i've ever seen. My problem is that i cant tell one apart from another. Can sombody help me or send me a link to something? I would really love to recognize these amazing creations from each other.
      Tom Hoyer
      • 8 Years Ago
      I am available for a road test at any time. The suede cluster cover reduces possible glare. I'll take mine in red.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I would make the hood solid. That's the olny change I would make. Beautiful car otherwise.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I agree with #3
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