Just in time for the highly anticipated release of No Time to Die, LA’s Petersen Automotive Museum is now hosting an exhibition showcasing some of the most iconic vehicles from the James Bond franchise.
Named “Bond in Motion,” the exhibit spans across the British superspy’s cars, motorcycles, helicopters, boats and submarines as well as other scale models used during filming. Some of the highlights include the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 models used in the latest series of films, the 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 that could transform into a submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me, the Aston Martin V8 from The Living Daylights, the Aston Martin DBS from Casino Royale, the Aston Martin DB10 from built specifically for Spectre, and the 1999 BMW Z8 from The World is Not Enough.
For the Bond fans out there, Petersen Automotive Museum‘s Bond in Action will open from September 25 until October 22, with general admissions at $16 USD. There’s also an opening reception on September 23 for diehard fans who fancy “one-night-only photo opportunities” as well as live entertainment, food and martinis. Standard tickets for the event will for $60 USD and VIP tickets for $200 USD. You can learn more over on the museum’s website.
In other related news, Leica has released a second No Time to Die James Bond-themed Q2 camera.