The James Bond franchise has undoubtedly shaped generations of would-be spies and made countless children drool at legendary sports cars like the Aston Martin DB5 and Lotus Esprit. Well, with Daniel Craig continuing his tenure as the special agent, so is the Aston Martin.

Unsurprisingly, the Aston Martin DB5 isn’t the only interesting car to make its way to the upcoming Bond installment. The trailer also shows Bond falling onto the hood of a 1957 Chevrolet, in what can only be a gentle nod at the 1962 thriller Dr. No. There is also a myriad of other cars to keep your eyes searching, like the Maserati Quattroporte we see at the start of the trailer or the Land Rover Defender’s we see getting some air time.

In this trailer, we see that Bond’s team has adapted the vintage Aston Martin for modern, world-saving spy work. The headlights have been replaced with machine guns. We don’t know if the ejector seat, oil slick and other classic Bond automotive tricks have made their way to this updated Aston.

While we don’t know how many cars will make their way into the latest Bond adventure, lets assume that this second trailer is just the tip of the iceberg. We’re going to have to wait until the movie drops November 20, 2020, to spot the rest of the featured rides. Until then, we’ll continue to study this trailer for even more clues about the full-length film.

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