Have you brought the Aston Martin DB5 Junior by The Little Company Car yet? No? Good. Because now there’s an even a No Time To Die Edition that is loaded with gadgets. The product name, Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition, is not just a name.
The Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition kiddie ride is outfitted with enough gadgets to make Q proud. When I say gadgets, we do mean things like Gatling guns, cycling digital numberplate, smoke screen, skid mode, and hidden gadgets switch panel. We kid you not. Those are what this ultimate kiddie ride has to offer.
If that’s not enough, this little guy packs a whole lot more power than the regular edition too. Powering this 66% scale DB5 is a 16 kW (21.5+ BHP) electric drive, paired to four 1.8 kWh batteries, and offers a blazing top speed of over 45 miles an hour (72 kph!).
There is more. It offers not three, but four driving modes: Novice, Expert, Competition, and Escape that will enable junior spy to swiftly escape the evil clutches of his arch-nemesis (who is possibly you, the parent).
We heard it may get LSD too. Yes. That’s right. A kiddie ride with limited-slip differential. But that is listed as “TBC”.
Other highlights include the iconic Silver Birch paintwork, Smiths instruments, individually numbered chassis plates, and Aston Martin and 007 badging.
Unlike the British spy with the license to kill, there is more than one DB5 to go around, albeit not many. Only 125 junior spies with super-rich parents will be able to get their hands on one, with each going for a princely sum of £90,000 or more (around US$123,190).
All images courtesy of The Little Car Company.