The biggest and best exhibition to feature original vehicles from the James Bond franchise has opened. The exhibition, Bond in Motion, celebrates the 60th anniversary of the 007 films, since Dr. No was released back in 1962.
Much like the novels on which they’re based, the 007 franchise has combined the adventure of exotic locations and scheming villains with the action of death-defying stunts, and heart-pounding chases in nearly every possible type of vehicle imaginable.
To make these vehicles even more unique and iconic, they’ve frequently been modified by legendary quartermaster “Q”.
The modifications have included hidden machine guns, cement spray, the ability to turn into an underwater amphibious car and the infamous ejector seat.
Every Bond had their own brilliant vehicles to choose from so you’ll be spoilt for choice when you visit the exhibition.
Fast and Furious eat your heart out.
Where is the exhibition?
The exhibit can be found in the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
Hollywood does seem like a very natural place for the first U.S Bond Car exhibition so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.
While there, you can fix your eyes on the unforgettable Aston Marti DB5, the Lotus Esprit S1, the BMW Z4 and much much more.
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