YOUNG James Bond wannabes can land a mini replica of his Aston Martin DB5 — if their parents have £90,000 to spare.
A firm has made 125 child-size versions of the gadget-rich motor 007 drives in the movies including the latest, No Time To Die.
The Little Car Company scanned an original DB5 to get the styling perfect in a collaboration with the film’s producers.
It has Gatling guns behind the headlamps, a smoke screen system and a digital version of Bond’s revolving number plate — all operated from a passenger door control panel.
The DB5 Junior, which has an electric motor and the same silver birch colour, can reach 45mph and has an 80-mile range.
The fuel gauge displays the battery level and it has a wood-rimmed steering wheel.
It is not a coupe, like the film car, but a convertible so parents can sit alongside their child.
The Little Car Company’s Nathan Hoyt said: “In almost every other respect, it’s the same as Bond’s car.”