Fifty vehicles used in James Bond movies are on display at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in Hampshire to commemorate the 50 years of the famous Bond franchise and the 40th anniversary of the museum.
"Bond in Motion: 50 Vehicles 50 Years" is reportedly the largest of its kind staged anywhere in the world and showcases some of the most iconic and best-loved Bond vehicles. The exhibition runs until December.
"Following the success of the first Bond cars exhibition staged at Beaulieu in 2001, we are delighted to be working with EON again on this new display, bringing together the world's largest collection of Bond vehicles," says Beaulieu's Commercial Director, Stephen Munn.
Highlights of the exhibition include the 2008 Aston Martin DBS from "Quantum of Solace", the 2002 Jaguar XKR with SFX weapons from "Die Another Day" and the 1937 Phantom lll Rolls-Royce from "Goldfinger".
The event also features other Bond-related vehicles, including boats, motorbikes, sleds, jets and many more.
Take a look at the exhibits at the museum in the slideshow given: