Aston Martin has teamed up with The Little Car Company to develop and release a rather extravagant toy: a scale version of the iconic DB5 model which is powered by a 6.7 horsepower electric motor. It’s called the DB5 Junior.
The diminutive roadster is of course designed for kids, but grown-ups might find themselves having a ball on a Bond-fantasy lark in the little car. It is designed around a 67%-scale aluminum chassis, and can reach about 30 miles per hour before it tops out; a kid’s mode will keep the speed to 12 MPH, though, if desired. The car can travel a full 20 miles on a full charge.
The little DB5 shows off an extraordinary level of detail, right down to the instruments and the paint job. It is priced accordingly, at $47K. And, for another $6K, you can elect to drive home a DB5 Vantage Junior, which doubles down on the available power for a total of 13.4 horses, and adds limited-slip differential.