British Carmaker Aston Martin is living up to its promise to build a limited number of 1964 Aston Martin DB5. It will sell each car for a whopping $3.5 million. The vintage car was the highlight of the movie Goldfinger where Sean Connery as James Bond was driving it heroically.

Aston Martin's intent in offering the DB5 Continuation model is to relive the experience of Bond's classic yet aesthetic ride.

Aston Martin’s announcement of making Goldfinger DB5 Continuation had delighted film and car geeks immensely. More because Aston Martin promised to bring back the clever features that made the movie unforgettable and would augment the nostalgia of the half-century-old James Bond movie.

An array of 007 gadgets

The carmaker has now given a broad idea of the 007-quality tricks it would pack in the car's sleeve.

According to Aston Martin, the high point of the vintage car will be bringing back the original sound effects. In other words, the dangerous-sounding options will be reminiscent of the sounds in the thriller movie.

The significant feature will be a “smokescreen” device to save the car from “hostile pursuers” and an oil squirter to throw imaginary oil slick on suspects.

The devices will be “subject to final engineering approval.” But going by the list they are awesome even if the automaker may chip off one or two in the final phase.

In a nutshell, these are the adventure mode filmy-features.

· A smoke screen emitter

· An oil slick delivery system

· Revolving number plates

· Fake twin machine guns

· Battering rams on both bumpers

Now at the interior, there will be a fake radar tracker, a phone in the driver's door, a tray to store weapons under the seat and strategic switches on the hand rest and center console.

No ejector seat

However, there will be no ejector seat. But a surprise will greet “when you operate the ejector seat button,” warns Aston Martin representatives.

The effort is to make this continuation car fully resemble the 1964 DB5s in all respects including the color -Silver Birch.

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The logo of Aston Martin is seen on a car displayed at the Aston Martin stand during the press days of the Paris Motor Show, Oct. 3, 2018. ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images

In all, Aston Martin will make 28 James Bond DB5 cars. While 25 cars will go for sale, one will be retained by Aston Martin, another will go to EON productions, and a third will be set apart for auctioning to spend on charity.

The vintage cars will be made in the Aston Martin Works facility in Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire. The facility is dedicated to restoring classic Aston Martins. Deliveries are not expected to happen until 2020.