James Bond and his licence to drive anything and everything

Baryon Design have created a cool data viz story to showcase the vehicles of James Bond, from a humble cello case to a supertanker.

Bond has a passion for sports cars – Goldfinger introduced us to the 1964 Aston Martin DB5, which would end up appearing in 8 movies, a total of 28 minutes and 3 seconds. It’s the vehicle with the most screen time throughout the 25 movies.

And don’t forget some of Bond’s other legendary vehicles: the Orient Express in From Russia With Love, the submergible Lotus Esprit S1 in The Spy Who Loved Me, his 1985 Aston Martin V8 in The Living Daylights, or the T-54 tank he uses to chase general Ourumov through St. Petersburg in Goldeneye.

More on James Bond: James Bond villains and their love of post-Soviet architecture and a fan-made Bond trailer starring Pierce Brosnan

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