Look for Jaguar C-X75 in your new James Bond Scalextric set
That treat, as well as the DB10, haven't been completed for the toy set yet because they haven't been finalized for the film. A new DB5 run will be available for the garage, limited to 4,500 units and featuring a manually raised rear shield and an automatic ejector seat triggered if the car bumps a bollard along the track during feisty driving. The expected price is 100 pounds ($152 US), which includes track, and it should be out sometime before the movie arrives in theaters in November.
- Most and least efficient car companies
- Fastest-depreciating cars in the United States
- Find and compare 2017 Models