In the event, the company invited a select number of owners & media guests to the movie viewing, which comes only a few days after the high profile worldwide premier in London.
Aston Martin models were on display at the movie theatres of City Centre Almaza and Mall of Egypt during the movie premier, given that Aston Martin is known as the official provider of James Bond cars and is the ultimate car of choice for the famous British spy 007.
No less than 4 different models were used in “No Time to Die”, the Aston Martin DB5, the Aston Martin Vantage, the Aston Martin DBS, and the soon-to-be-released Aston Martin Valhalla supercar, which is expected to be one of the company's future luxury flagships.
It is worth mentioning that the Aston Martin brand, with its super luxurious sports models, recently recreated the 1965 model DB5, which was previously featured in James Bond’s ‘Goldfinger’ movie, as a toy car in a box in collaboration with the famous toy company, Corgi Toys.
The Corgi DB5 toy car was put on display at Battersea Power Station in London, where the car was originally designed, as part of the promotional activities revolving around the new film.
The Corgi die-cast toys models of the Aston Martin DB5 come in 125 different variations based on gadgets and equipment as featured in the car which appeared in the movie, all in Silver Birch colour.
In the same spirit, No Time to Die special effects coordinator Chris Corbould contributed to the project to make sure the cars were as close to a super spy machine as possible.