British automaker Aston Martin has announced that it is to continue its association with the James Bond franchise by supplying the vehicle for the secret agent’s next adventure.
The manufacturer will be giving producers the keys to the DBS model for actor Daniel Craig to drive when the film starts production.
According to chief executive officer for the company Dr Ulrich Bez, the firm is "proud" of its long-standing involvement in the development of the franchise.
Indeed, the DBS was debuted to the world in the movie Casino Royale – the 21st James Bond film.
"It delivers the complete driving experience and bridges the gap between our road and track cars – the DB9 and DBR9 … We are all very excited at the prospect of seeing it on the big screen again," said Dr Bez.
Daniel Craig followed in the footsteps of Pierce Brosnan, Sir Roger Moore and Sir Sean Connery when he took on the role in 2006.