The 2020 Aston Martin Limited Edition James Bond OHMSS is based
around the 1969 classic. Mechanically, the OHMSS DBS is unchanged
compared to the regular DBS, meaning it's powered by a 715hp
twin-turbocharged 5.2-liter V12 engine and 8-speed automatic
transmission. The 007 DBS wears the same shade of Olive Green as
the original Bond car and gets a carbon-fiber splitter and
aero-blade, as well as unique diamond-cut alloy wheels. The roof
and roof strakes are finished in the body color instead of the
contrast finish more common to the DBS. The interior is trimmed in
black leather with red stitching and features an embroidered patch
with the 007 logo and the words "OHMSS Edition." This car comes
with the optional drink case to fit in the luggage compartment.
Production of the OHMSS Edition was limited to just 50 cars
worldwide to mark the 50th anniversary of the release of "On Her
Majesty's Secret Service." The car is brand-new with 54 actual
miles and has never been driven by its current owner.
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