The Saleen S7 is a mystifying car, a $375,000 American mid-engine supercar that sprung up out of nowhere in the year 2000. But what if it wasn’t exactly nowhere? Acting on a tip, I spent months trying to figure out the S7’s true origins. And I’m still not sure what to think.
There is a new trailer for SPECTRE, the upcoming Bond film, and it seems the quartermaster has been very busy arranging all sorts of vehicles for scenes from Mexico to Morocco, including planes, trains, and (mostly British) automobiles. Here is a handy breakdown with plenty of pretty pictures.
Sometime in the past few years mankind took a small step backwards in our development by allowing super-expensive luxury baby strollers to get popular. So popular, in fact, that now even Aston Martin is getting into the game by teaming up with Silver Cross on this over-the-top way to transport a baby.
Bond might be saddled with a Sony, thanks to Sony Pictures producing 007′s recent outings, but he should be glad he's not stuck with this polished turd-of-a-phone. Meet the Aston Martin Aspire, an Android phone that no one should ever buy for $1,300 - it's no Vertu that's for sure.
As far as movie cars go, James Bond's rides rank as some of the coolest vehicles to ever tear across the silver screen. And now you can bring home a tiny version of those white knuckle chase scenes with Scalextric's new James Bond slot cars.
The Vantage and DB9 are beautiful examples of automotive craftsmanship, but I've never really lusted over Aston Martin's creations until I discovered the car maker's line of office furniture. Including this desk which looks like it's doing 150 mph just sitting there.
You love James Bond as much as the next man, but $5m? Do you love Bond that much? Someone out there does—with one of the two cars driven by Sean Connery in the films now up for auction.
When supercar and uber luxury car manufacturers get together with masterclass timepiece makers, the result is going to be both obnoxiously expensive and strikingly beautiful. These two new timepieces are no exception.
This Ashton Martin DB5 is a full-sized, almost-perfect reproduction of the original Bond car-down to the front-blinkers machine guns and Ben-Hurish wheels' blades-built using only cardboard and glue. It has no supporting structure, neither metal nor wood. Her Majesty's cardboard spy car was built by Chris Gilmour, who…
Prince Charles has discovered the perfect use for crappy English wine: He is using it as biofuel for his classic Aston Martin DB6. The Prince converted the 38-year old car to accept ethanol to play his part in reducing carbon emissions in the UK. The wine in question is a white distilled from the excess stock of a…
If buying a $332,000 Aston Martin DBS is in your budget for this year, why not spend a little more and get a $35,000 Jaeger LeCoultre wristwatch. It's not just a watch that looks great, it can actually lock, unlock and possibly activate the alarm (maybe) from a distance. Even though Bond has dabbled in BMWs lately,…
First off, keep dreaming. This phone cost a whopping $1,640. Well, if you can afford an Aston Martin, then you could probably afford this phone. It has bundled AM screensavers and wallpapers that go along with the Vantage V8 engine revving ringtone.