Think sports car and James Bond, immediately Aston Martin comes to mind. As such, what could make a better fantasy gift than an Aston Martin designed by the man himself, or at least the man who plays him, Daniel Craig?

Granted Mr. Craig is not a real spy, but the man has played Bond for five movies, so surely he know a thing or two what the fictional British spy would want in an Aston Martin, wouldn’t he?

007 Aston Martin Designed by Daniel Craig

Anywho… the Aston Martin that Daniel Craig has his hands in designing is an “inky blue” DBS Superleggera powered by a beefy 5.2L V12 twin-turbocharged engine that puts out 715 horses and 644 lb-ft (873 Nm) of torque.

While the car may not include gadgets and gizmos to shake off your pursuers, the fact that it can get to 62 mph (100 km/h) from standstill in 3.4 seconds should get you out of trouble in no time.

007 Aston Martin Designed by Daniel Craig

There are only 7 007 Aston Martin Designed by Daniel Craig to go around, each costing a rather ludicrous $700,007. The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is not all you will get for shelling out double the base price.

You will also receive one of the seven limited edition, all-platinum Omega Seamaster Diver 300M timepieces, each boasting a unique hand-engraved case back.

If that’s not enough, the price also includes airfare to London to witness the car come off the assembly line, plus two tickets to the world premiere of the new James Bond movie, No Time To Die, with airfare and accommodation included. If you ask me, it is quite a steal, well, richie rich speaking, of course.

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