In conjunction with the release of the latest James Bond film No Time To Die and the 60th anniversary of the first Bond film Dr. No (released in 1962) the Petersen Automotive Museum unveiled their latest exhibit featuring original vehicles from the storied franchise.
Bond In Motion is “the largest official Bond vehicle exhibit in the United States” and offers visitors a rare up-close experience of the most iconic vehicles associated with 007.
Vintage Motorsport’s art director and dazzling illustrator, Paul Laguette, stopped by the exhibit before its opening to the public. “I forgot how much of a Bond fan I really was until I walked into the exhibit,” Paul noted. “I liked that it is not just cars, but all types of vehicles from the films. They took great advantage of the exhibit space and it showcases vintage items with modern presentation and design.”
Access to the Bond in Motion exhibit is included with general admission and the museum is now open 7 days a week with advance tickets required. Visit Petersen.org for more details.