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I had the opportunity to drive an Aston Martin DBS V12 for a few days. The automobile that James Bond used as his company car in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. An opportunity that I seized with both hands. Because when do you, as a James Bond fan, get a chance to drive this V12 beast?

Our favorite secret agent never has to worry about transportation. The secret service always ensures that he has the fastest and most beautiful cars at his disposal. The English car manufacturer Aston Martin has been inseparably linked to the films since 1964.

Not one but three Aston Martins

As I drive onto the avenue of the Louwman Museum in The Hague in a Lexus NX450h+ F SPORT LINE , three British surprises await me. Despite the beautiful weather, I find it difficult to step out of the Lexus. This is due to the climate concierge, which, along with the automatic air conditioning and seat cooling, creates a delightful atmosphere. The car is a plug-in hybrid and has an electric city range of 98 kilometers.

When I leave the car, I lay eyes on three beautifully styled automobiles. There is an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster, and an Aston Martin DBS V12. The DBS is the same car that James Bond drove in two of his films. I need a moment to let is sink in, the cars are so beautiful. Their gorgeous design and powerful presence make me smile.

I start my tour with the V8 Vantage, designed by Ian Callum. The car seems like a blueprint for the DBS V12, which is gleaming further down in the sun. That’s also because Callum’s design of the DB9 and DBS was inspired by the V8 Vantage. The V8 has 380hp/284kW and can sprint from 0 to a hundred in 5 seconds. Top speed? 280 kilometers per hour.

With the Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster, a long trip to the Côte d’Azur is no hardship. I’m clearly more drawn to this car because of its ability to drive without a roof. It exudes British allure, class, and speed. The automatic transmission is also a significant improvement. The gearbox shifts much smoother than the roboticized version that you have to operate with rev-matching in the coupe. If you don’t do that, the coupe jerks every time the gearbox changes gear.

Three Astons, which one to pick?

James Bond Netherland is, of course, all about the most famous secret agent. That’s why I naturally opt for the Aston Martin DBS V12 to continue my journey. The car exudes a subtle form of aggression. The powerful design features a thick front spoiler, side skirts, carbon mirror caps, and a ducktail spoiler on the boot lid. Details that fit perfectly with James Bond’s sophisticated appearance. Subtle yet rugged when the situation calls for it.

This is certainly not your standard Aston Martin but one that has undergone a significant power boost. And it doesn’t stop there with the adjustable dampers and sport mode for brakes, throttle response, and steering. This car is almost entirely made of carbon fiber, which saves a lot of weight and makes the chassis stiffer. Personally, this is the most beautiful modern Aston Martin of its era. One that is perfectly designed. Every line, every component serves a purpose. For me, this design is complete. Of course, Aston Martin hasn’t forgotten its famous “Swann Doors.” They lift slightly at the rear of the door to protect your car from curb damage.

Discovering the DBS V12 interieur

As I enter through these special doors, the extensively adjustable brown leather seat firmly embraces me. I immediately feel at home. This isn’t a luxurious DB9, no, the DBS V12 is a sports car. But one with a luxurious interior nonetheless. I gaze upon a beautiful array of gauges where the needles of the tachometer and speedo (up to 330 km/h) rotate counterclockwise. For the legal speeds in the Netherlands and Belgium, the needles don’t need to exert themselves. They remain in the lower regions.

In terms of controls, there is something to be said about the interior of the car. Many buttons are made of plastic, the levers for indicators and windshield wipers are from Ford, and the navigation system is very dated, from Volvo. This isn’t surprising considering that Ford Motor Company was the owner at the time of the release of the Aston Martin DBS. The interior grips you, it’s small and narrow. You don’t want to leave this place. Especially not when, after studying your workspace, you start to think about driving.

Letting the panther atmospheric V12 roar

After realizing that I am now truly in an extremely sleek-lined sports car filled with luxury and feeling more and more like James Bond, it’s time to wake the 6.0-liter V12. That, of course, doesn’t happen just like that. Aston Martin bids farewell to the traditional key and opts for the crystal Emotion Control Unit. I insert the unit into a designated slot in the center console, press the brake, and push the key through.

What happens next is hardly describable. My neck hairs stand on end immediately, ears alert, and a huge grin appears on my face. The V12 comes to life with a tremendous sense of drama and makes itself heard loud and clear. This sound is one that few of us may ever experience firsthand, let alone drive in. Of course, after the car idles beautifully, I give it a few taps on the aluminum accelerator pedal. The engine sound swells and becomes a bit vulgar. This car doesn’t sound like an average Fiat Panda or Toyota Camry on a Sunday morning!

I have to tell you a little secret. The Aston Martin DBS already has a delightful engine sound from the factory. But the owner of this particular car has chosen to install a straight pipe. The mufflers and catalytic converters have been removed. The beast breathes freely. It’s simply impossible to miss! You can clearly see that from the wide grin on my face.

The numbers don’t lie either. Our DBS is equipped with a 6.0-liter V12 has 517hp/380kW and sprints to a hundred kilometers per hour in 4 seconds. The limit for our test model with an automatic transmission is at 295 km/h. The manual variant goes up to 307 kilometers per hour. That’s purely due to the gear ratios.

Driving the Aston Martin DBS V12

Driving the Aston Martin DBS V12 is an experience full of thrills. In a previous comprehensive car test through three different countries, I referred to the Aston Martin DB11 as a gentlemen’s club on wheels. This DBS V12 is no exception. However, it’s a club with two completely different characters.

When you start the car, it’s in comfort mode. The DBS is relatively softly sprung and shifts quickly. You hear the V12 humming in the background. But when you set the dampers, steering response, and the behavior of the gearbox to sport mode in the DBS V12, the car changes immediately. The V12 downshifts, and the car hugs the road like its on rails. You only want one thing: to disappear swiftly towards the horizon.

This is not a problem given the power. Even though our test model was on a set of outdated, rock-hard tires, it didn’t make the handling any less impressive. I shift down a few gears with the aluminum paddles on the steering wheel. This car isn’t just about straight-line speed; it excels in cornering too. The turn-in is impressive, and you find the clipping point for every corner effortlessly.

There’s no body roll and the brakes don’t fade. The brakes are carbon ceramic, and they practically beg you to be engaged. If you don’t do it regularly enough, the discs will squeal loudly. You can hear it well when I park the car to check the glovebox for Q-Branch gadgets.

But that’s not all. I didn’t use the special circuit mode. After all, I’m driving the DBS on public roads. This mode disables the Electronic Stability Program. Massive powerslides, leaving everyone and everything in a cloud of tire smoke; guaranteed. Nevertheless, I could still occasionally induce some playful slides with ease even without this mode.

The Aston Martin DBS V12 does enjoy a sip of fuel amidst all this power. Don’t be surprised if the car consumes a liter of petrol every four to five kilometers. With more relaxed driving, you might, if you really try, achieve around 1 to 8 to 9 kilometers per liter. This beast is raw, luxurious, and puts a huge grin on your face. Fuel card not included.

The connection with James Bond

Aston Martin has been the supplier of automobiles for the James Bond films since Goldfinger (Aston Martin DB5, check out my video via the link), with the exception of the Roger Moore Bond films and part of the Pierce Brosnan era. Connery drove a DB5 in two of his films. Dalton drove a V8 Vantage, and Brosnan brought out his personal car in GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), and The World is Not Enough (1999). MI6 provided him with a BMWs. An exception was made for Die Another Day (2002). He drove an Aston Martin Vanquish in that outing.

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

As I drive with the DBS, I reflect on the history of the model in the James Bond films. It wasn’t Daniel Craig who first got to drive an Aston Martin DBS in his first two James Bond films. No, this honor goes to Australian actor George Lazenby, who received the keys to a DBS in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969). He didn’t drive a DBS V12 but received one with a V8 under the bonnet as a company car. The Aston Martin DBS V8 had a 5.3-liter engine, 282hp/207kW, and sprints from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 6 seconds.

Bond drives near at the coast when he sees a lady walking into the sea. He immediately takes his Aston Martin DBS onto the beach to rescue her. At the end of the film, we see the DBS again. As Bond and Tracy Di Vincenzo’s wedding car. Complete with flower garlands that give it extra flair. When 007 stops to remove the garlands from the car, another car approaches. Driven by Blofeld and Irma Bunt. Bunt fires a volley at the car. Tracy dies instantly.

Casino Royale (2006)

After years of absence, Aston Martin returns in Die Another Day (2002). Pierce Brosnan gets behind the wheel of a V12 Vanquish. The collaboration between Aston and EON Productions is a long-standing one. Bond also drives an Aston Martin GT in Casino Royale (2006) . It’s an Aston Martin DBS V12, the car that I’m driving for this video. MI6 has delivered the car, in silver-gray “Casino Royale,” to Montenegro. With a few modest gadgets from Q-Branch, of course.

The poker game determines the fate of Le Chiffre. An underworld banker who must recoup all his money, which he invested and lost in airline stocks. By the way, it’s not his money but that of Mister White and his henchmen. An unknown man and organization to 007, whom we only get to know as such in Spectre (2015).

Le Chiffre makes an ultimate attempt to eliminate James Bond. James rushes to his DBS to administer the antidote to himself. More importantly, his heart could fail at any moment. It’s Vesper Lynd who saves him.

The same Vesper is kidnapped after Le Chiffre’s loss. Bond doesn’t hesitate for a moment. gets in his Aston Martin DBS and goes after her. When he sees a bound Vesper lying in the middle of the road at the last moment, he abruptly turns the steering wheel.

Seven barrel rolls later, Bond ends up in the grass. The DBS is completely destroyed. It was a world record. This year, the movie The Fall Guy, starring Ryan Gosling as Colt Stevens, broke the record. A car made eight barrel rolls in the air.

Quantum of Solace (2008)

Who took his beloved Vesper from him? This question is central to Bond in Quantum of Solace (2008). It was Vesper who led 007 to Mr. White at the end of Casino Royale. With White in the boot, he sets off in an Aston Martin DBS V12 in Quantum Silver towards Siena, Italy. When two Alfa Romeo 159s appear, chaos erupts around Lake Garda.

A very fast-paced action scene full of gunfire, lorries, cars, a shovel, the Carabinieri, and a marble quarry follows. Blink twice, and it’s over. Bond loses his door immediately in the tunnel where the chase begins. Through the quarry, he finds himself back on the road, where he miraculously shoots the driver of the last 159, sending it dramatically tumbling into the ravine in slow motion. In just two and a half minutes, the entire chase is over. Guess i’ll keep our DBS out of harms way…

No Time To Die (2021)

The twenty-fifth and currently last James Bond film is full of Aston Martin models. In addition to the almost obligatory DB5, we see a Valhalla and a DBS Superleggera. A sporty version of the DB11. Aston has been much more thorough with this model than with our driving subject. The front end is more aggressive, and the rear has been restyled.


In the film, we only briefly see the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. The car clearly plays a supporting role alongside the DB5. It’s Agent Nomi who picks up Bond after the dramatic events in Norway. She takes him to the military airfield nearby. There, Q is ready with a fully fueled Boeing C-17 Globemaster III. The DBS does a nice powerslide as they drive onto the airfield.

Luxury and comfort: The Lexus NX 450h+

Our borrowed Lexus NX450h+ from Lexus Nederland is, of course, incomparable to the power delivered by the Aston Martin DBS V12. With the 450h+, you make a conscious choice. It’s one of comfort, high seating positions, and Japanese top quality. Lexus has been leading the lists of reliable automobiles for years, and the Japanese themselves are convinced of it. They provide their models, just like Toyota’s, with a standard ten-year warranty!

The design of the NX450h+ appeals to me. The front end is high, instantly recognizable as Lexus with the trapezoid grille, and equipped with piercing Matrix LED headlights with standard automatic high beam function. At the rear, the continuous light bar takes center stage. The boot floor is a bit high, but despite the plug-in hybrid drivetrain, there is space in the trunk for all our recording equipment.

The special F SPORT LINE seats are excellent. They offer ample support from all sides, are electronically adjustable, heated, and ventilated. Lexus equips its NX models with a 14-inch Lexus Link Pro multimedia screen that works intuitively. Everything is where you expect it to be. Our crew car has the Mark Levison audio system, which sounded excellent on our trips to and from our filming locations.

Power is a secondary factor in the NX450h+. But when you do need it, the car doesn’t disappoint. The four-cylinder engine combined with two electric motors delivers 306hp/227kW. A continuously variable transmission is standard. When demanding a lot of power, the car makes its presence known. Due to the plug-in hybrid drivetrain, all-wheel drive is standard.

Our crew car is a Lexus NX 450h+ F SPORT LINE in Sapphire Blue and costs 82,790 euros. The NX range starts from 61,995 euros. This NX350h Comfort Line has to do without a plug-in hybrid drivetrain. The numbers came directly from our Dutch Lexus headquarters.

The crew,: Jorrit, Johan, Jan and Allard. Not on photo; Vighnesh my beloved editor via

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Jorrit van der Valk

Grondlegger van James Bond Nederland in 2006. Heeft als doel Nederlandse en Vlaamse 007-liefhebbers van James Bond nieuws te voorzien. Jorrit maakt graag videoproducties voor James Bond Nederland en heeft een passie voor de geheim agent. Zijn favoriete film is The World Is Not Enough, de eerste Bond-film die hij in de bioscoop zag.



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