1 ASTON MARTIN DB5
The classic Bond car, by a mile. Fitted with machine guns, radar, a bullet shield and the all-important ejector seat, it is still the most famous car in the history of 007 movies. In Goldfinger, the DB5 crashes into a brick wall after a chase involving a couple of black Mercedes, but it was revived for a brief appearance in Thunderball. The Sean Connery of Bond cars (in other words, the best and most stylish).
And the best of the rest
2 LOTUS ESPRIT
Everyone remembers the white Esprit which cunningly doubled as a submarine, in The Spy Who Loved Me. A turbo Esprit also featured in For Your Eyes Only (one of the poorest Bond films) in 1981.
5 CITROEN 2CV
Roger Moore’s Bond took a very-short-cut down a mountainside in a battered yellow 2CV, in For Your Eyes Only. The car was voted ‘Most Popular Bond Car’ in a recent survey.