Daniel Craig-Designed 007 Aston Martin DBS Is Available For Just Over $700K

You'll have to act fast, though; the makers are only offering seven units to seven lucky buyers.

A limited-edition 007 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera designed by current James Bond actor Daniel Craig could be yours for $700,007.

While there's no information on the particulars of Craig's involvement with the car's design, it looks quite the treat. And if you're a James Bond fan with $700K to throw at a car, then it's probably right up your alley.

You'll have to act fast, though; the makers are only offering seven units to buyers. And all of those come with a limited-edition, all-platinum Omega Seamaster Diver 300 watch.

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The package is just one of the newest "Fantasy Gifts" from the annual Neiman Marcus Christmas Book. The car is among other presents, the likes of a Neiman Marcus-edition Moet & Chandon vending machine for $35,000, a Versace punching for $1,550, and a $165-dollar Bey berk cigar.

So back to the DBS. The car boasts a 5.2-liter twin-turbo V-12 that provides 715 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque. There aren't any of those nifty gadgets you see in the Bond films but it should give you enough speed to remove yourself from almost any situation. To be a bit more specific, the Superleggera goes from 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 211 mph.

via express.co.uk

The watch has a hand-engraved case and the bundle is also strapped with tickets to the world premiere of Craig's latest Bond movie, No Time to Die.

Neiman says 12 percent or a minimum of $300,000 from the total proceeds will be donated to business-matchmaking company, The Opportunity Network.

So this inky-blue monster that costs closer to a million bucks [tldr_position]than not sounds like a great target if you fit the above criteria, or even if you don't. The only unfortunate part is the fact that only seven of these rides will be made available for purchase - but it's quite fitting.

Source: Motor Trend

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