Mar. 18 - Bondmobiles spanning the spy film's history go on display in London, as producers rev up for the next movie in the series slated for release in 2015. Elly Park reports.
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They 're almost as famous as 007 himself - the state of the art vehicles that fly, submerge and save the life of the world's most famous spy.
Now fans can see some of James Bond's most iconic rides at the London Film Museum in an exhibit called "Bond in Motion."
Such as this car - the Aston Martin DB5 - famous for being Sean Connery's set of wheels in the 1964 film "Goldfinger".
And according to longtime Bond producer Michael Wilson, the fame is justified.
SOUNDBITE: Bond Producer Michael G. Wilson saying (English)
''Well I think it's a character in the film, people ask when they hear there's gonna be a new Bond film, they say - 'who's the girl and what's the car?'
Besides cars, the exhibit features a helicopter, speed boats, as well as props and models - all in their original beaten-up states as CGI is rarely used.
Producers revealed that Bond will have a new Aston Martin in his next film - "Bond 24", but didn't give away too many details.
SOUNDBITE: Bond Producers Michael G. Wilson And Barbara Broccoli, saying (English)
BROCCOLI: ''Well it's Daniel Craig thank goodness.''
WILSON: ''Sam Mendes is back.''
BROCCOLI: ''Sam Mendes.''
WILSON: ''We have Dennis Gassner who is here today doing the art department, we have our whole team back.''
'Bond in Motion' opens on March 21st, while movie 'Bond 24' is due to be released at the end of 2015.
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