James Bond has been behind the wheel of some of the sexiest cars in the world!
Weather we love them or not, James Bond films are the longest continually running films to date.
Maybe it’s the fast cars, the missions, the girls, or James Bond character himself that attract us, is fair to say the films feature some awesome cars which is what we love about it!
The films are based on British Secret Agent, James Bond, who always seems to be able to dazzle people with his charm, well-tailored suits, and beautiful women.
He is what most men aspire to be, but most importantly, most of us wish we could have a drive of some of those extraordinary get away cars that feature in the films.
Today we will feature five of our favourite James Bond cars, and don’t worry tomorrow we will feature five more!
Lets kick today off with the film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, which put the Aston Martin DB5 in the spotlight.
During Bonds visit to Cuba in Die Another Day, Bond is cruising in a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air.
Next we have the 1964 Ford Mustang convertible that featured in Goldfinger, this was the first time a Mustang appeared in any feature film.
In GoldenEye we have a beautiful Ferrari F455 GTS capturing our attention, which later in the film we find out it may be a stolen car! Who wouldn’t want this!
One of the most popular films of the Bond movies, The Spy Who Loved me, featured the Lotus Esprit S1 where its best known for the scene in which 007 escapes a helicopter by driving the lotus under water.
Part two will be continued…