October 26, 2021

Bond’s 007 Rocket The Supercar Aston Martin

No Time to Die 007 Aston Martin Valhalla sped to Rocket League, A new mission demands a new car, and it is equipped to take over the field. The new supercar, 007’s Aston Martin Valhalla, is coming to the Rocket League starting October 7!

The 007’s Aston Martin Valhalla, a marvel of British engineering, has a sophisticated design with a 950 PS electric central powertrain that runs on gasoline and battery, making it the first Rocket League hybrid vehicle! Take a look at this sleek supercar in the trailer above. The car, which has a Dominus hitbox, comes with a 007’s Aston Martin Valhalla-specific Reel Life decal, exclusive engine sound, and its own distinctive wheels. Add it to your inventory for 1,100 credits.

To celebrate James Bond’s return to the Rocket League, don’t miss the three challenges in the game, each with its own 007-themed reward. Complete the challenges and unlock 007’s Aston Martin DB5 player sign, Avatar Agent frame 007 and the player title “007 Agent“.

And, for Agents who have failed the mission above, 007’s Aston Martin DB5 will return to the Item Shop the same day, and will be offered in the full Bond 007 Collection, which includes both cars and their bonus items for 2,000 credits. Rocket League will also host the Agent vs. Villains on our Twitch channel, featuring celebrities from the community! Get 007’s Aston Martin Valhalla from October 7-13.

Aston Martin steals show in James Bond No Time to Die, The latest installment of the movie franchise featuring Aston Martin, I mean James Bond, has film critics raving and the car world buzzing. This is no ordinary James Bond movie (if there is such a thing). No Time to Die is the fifth and last movie in the franchise starring Daniel Craig as the super spy. This has not only increased the anticipation for the film, but it seemingly amped up the action, the stunts, and the car scenes. As always, some beautiful cars defy gravity and will put your jaw on the floor, and the movie makers stayed honest to the hardcore Bond crowd.

Aston Martin, the most iconic 007 car provider, is the star of the show. If you just rolled your eyes, remember, this is a car enthusiast article, not a movie review. The creators of this flick went back to the brand Bond has been loyal to for most of its six-decade run. With roots back to 1914, the carmaker used the worldwide platform to tease the company’s future – the Valhalla.

No time for the battery to die: Bond’s Aston Martin goes electric
Daniel Craig may be saying goodbye as James Bond, but his iconic Aston Martin is about to be given a new lease of life, for an ultra-cool $1 million. Bond actually drove a DB5, which features again in the latest Bond movie, “No Time To Die.” But the DB6 is regarded by many as the epitome of British motoring style since it was first unveiled in 1965.

In a modern twist, the DB5 and DB6 are now being retrofitted to reappear in limited numbers as electric cars.

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