James Bond and Aston Martin go together like a Bunnings sausage and a slice of white bread.
Basically synonymous in the present day, both the British automaker and the five-decade-long spy franchise owe their mutual successes to each other in varying degrees, a relationship that started way back in 1964 with the release of Sean Connery's Goldfinger.
To mark last weekend's 'James Bond Day', the luxury marque confirmed for fans which of the exact models from its 102-year history will make an appearance in 007's forthcoming jaunt, No Time To Die.
The flagship of the film and arguably one of the most famous cars in the world, the silver 1964 DB5, will reprise its role in the 25th Bond film alongside a 1977 Series II V8 Vantage, last seen in Timothy Dalton's The Living Daylights.
While it was already public knowledge that Aston Martin's upcoming supercar, the Valhalla, was also to make an appearance, Aston confirmed over the weekend that it'll be joined by its current production flagship, the DBS Superleggera.
No Time to Die will drop in theatres in April of next year. You can catch a behind-the-scenes promo clip below of production from its time on location in Jamaica.