The James Bond Vehicle Library

Aston Martin DBS
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Published 19/11-2000
Updated 24/03-2016 06:03



First seen in the opening sequence in which Bond rescues his wife to be, Tracy.

The two cars used during filming are now in private collections. One of them was very appropriate bought by an Australian from Sidney after filming, but the current whereabout is unknown to us. We have learned that the car in Australia has been under restoration and is nearly ready to run again for the first time in 20 years!

In the period 1967 - 1972 899 cars was produced.

by PS

007 relation

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

  • Company vehicle
  • Vehicle Bond drives

Technical data

  • Manufacturer: Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. (UK)
  • Model: Aston Martin DBS
  • Year: 1969
  • Engine: 3995cc straight six
  • Power: 280 bhp at 4500 rpm
  • Transmission: ZF 5-speed manual gearbox
  • Suspension: Ind wishbone/coil - de Dion axle & coil
  • Steering: Power steering
  • Weight: 1.588 kg
  • Brakes : Disc
  • Performance: Max. speed 140 mph
  • License plate: GKX 8G


  • A telescopic riffle in a secret room in the glove compartment.



  • Aston Martin Heritage DBS - Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd's DBS webpage
  • Aston Martin Lagonda Limited - Aston Martin Lagonda Limited the manufacturer of the famous cars used in the James Bond films.
  • - Aston Martin cars on a site for used cars.
  • Car Enthusiast NEWS - A Chronological History of the James Bond Film cars.
  • Lazenbyland - A site dedicated to George Lazenby. They tracked down both Aston Martins used in On Her Majesty Secret Service. Read about their findings.

Other sources:

The Essential Bond, Lee Pfeiffer & Dave Worrall, Boxtree, 2000.
Stanley Classic Car Yearbook 1997, Osprey, 1996, page 146/147.
Dream Cars Past & Present, Ken Vose, The Image Bank, 1989, page 20.

Related BMT 216A page