Round 2 Celebrates the Legacy of James Bond!

Next week will be a big one for the James Bond franchise. October 5th is officially James Bond Day where the world will celebrate all things 007. This date marks the 59th anniversary of the first James Bond movie (Dr. No) releasing in theaters in 1962. Later in the week on October 8th James Bond’s legacy continues with the 25th film, No Time to Die, hitting movie theaters nationally.

In honor of No Time to Die’s release, we’d like to showcase the great selection of die-cast cars available from Round 2 that was inspired by the movie.

 And coming soon:

  • Auto World 1964 Aston Martin DB5 (1:18 scale)

Over the past couple of years, we have grown our selection of James Bond licensed products to cover a wide range of movies and products.

Model Kits:

  • AMT 1971 Ford Mustang from Diamonds are Forever (1:25 scale)
  • AMT 1970 Ford Galaxie Police Car from Diamonds are Forever (1:25 scale)
  • AMT Moonraker Shuttle with Boosters from Moonraker (1:200 scale)

Die-Cast Cars

  • Auto World Aston Martin DB5 from Quantum of Solace (1:18 scale)
  • Auto World 1971 Ford Mustang from Diamonds are Forever (1:18 scale)
  • Johnny Lightning 1976 Lotus Espirit Diorama and single car from The Spy Who Loved Me (1:64 scale)
  • Johnny Lightning 2002 Aston Martin from Die Another Day (1:64 scale)
  • Johnny Lightning 1964 Aston Martin with Diorama from Skyfall (1:64 scale)
  • Johnny Lightning 2 pack containing a 1974 AMC Hornet from The Man with the Golden Gun and a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 from Goldeneye (1:64 scale)

We are still hard at work to bring you more items in the coming months. Here is a selection of upcoming products that can be found in future Round 2 releases.

  • Johnny Lightning 1962 Sunbeam Alpine Tiger from No (1:64 scale)
  • Johnny Lightning 1971 Ford Mustang Diorama from Diamonds are Forever (1:64 scale)
  • Johnny Lightning 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish Diorama from Die Another Day (1:64 scale)

Be on the look for all these items and be sure to check out No Time To Die in theaters on October 8th!