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James Bond May Ditch His V12 Aston Martin

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James Bond May Ditch His V12 Aston Martin

James Bond May Ditch His V12 Aston Martin

According to Digital Trends, James Bond may ditch his V12 Aston Martin for an electric powered ride in the next film.

The Daniel Craig films reasserted the connection between 007 and Aston, even bringing back the classic DB5 for Skyfall.

But, rumors have it that Bond will be driving a very different Aston in the next film.

The car Bond will reportedly drive is the Rapide E, Aston Martin’s first production electric car.

Its motors produce a combined 602 horsepower and 702 pound-feet of torque, according to Aston, all going to the rear wheels.

Aston previously quoted 0 to 60 mph in under 4.0 seconds, and a top speed of 155 mph.

Just 155 cars will be built, priced at around $330,000 each.

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