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{{game|pb=y|duel=y|ed=y}}{{InfoboxCar
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|image = NFSE_Aston_Martin_DB5.jpg
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|name =
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|manufacturer = aston
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|origin = uk
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|production = 1963
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|production2 = 1965
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|disp = 4.0
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|eng = I6
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|extra =
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|layout = fr
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|weight =
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|bhp = 286
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|bhp2 = 5500
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|torque = 288
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|torque2 = 3850
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|accel = 8.1
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|top speed = 142
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|transmission = 5
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|transmission2 = Manual
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}}The '''Aston Martin DB5''' is a grand tourer coupé designed by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and manufactured by [[Aston Martin]] from 1963 to 1965.
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Regarded to be the most iconic Aston Martin ever created, it was fitted with an all aluminium 4.0L inline-6 engine, a 5-speed gearbox produced by Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen - a German car parts manufacturer - and was fitted with disc brakes.
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A high-performance [[Aston Martin DB5 Vantage|Vantage]] was introduced in 1964 that produces more horsepower with revised camshaft profiles and Weber carburettors.
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Standard equipment included leather interior trim, woll pile carpets, electric windows, reclining seats, a magnesium-alloy body, and a fire extinguisher. A shooting-brake body concept was custom built for Sir David Brown, and an additional twelve coupés were modified to this design by Harold Radford & Co in 1965.
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It is well known for being [[w:c:jamesbond:James_Bond|James Bond]]'s car of choice, but this almost never happened during pre-production of ''[[w:c:jamesbond:Goldfinger_(film)|Goldfinger]]''. Sir William Lyons, co-founder of [[Jaguar]], refused to lend three [[Jaguar E-Type Lightweight|Jaguar E-Type]]s for production of the film, and pushed producer Albert R. Broccoli to use the DB5 in its place.
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===''Need for Speed: Duel''===
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The DB5 appears in ''[[Need for Speed: Duel]]''.
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===''Need for Speed: Payback''===
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The DB5 appears in ''[[Need for Speed: Payback]]'' as a [[Need for Speed: Payback/Downloadable Content|downloadable add-on]] that was made available with the [[Need for Speed: Payback/March Update|March Update]] released on March 20, 2018.
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{|class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed" style="width: 100%"
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|<h4>Stock</h4>
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|It is unlocked for purchase from the drag, drift, off-road, race, and runner class [[Need for Speed: Payback/Dealership|dealership]]s upon purchase and download from the [[Need for Speed: Payback/Downloadable Content|online store]].
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{{NFSPB_Car2|AstonMartinDB5_Garage|stock=120|max=3|282|149|6.40|14.77|3.2|3.2|4.6|4.4|2.6|2.7|bank=0|unlock=dlc|dr = y|dg = y|ra = y}}
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|}
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===''Need for Speed: Edge''===
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The DB5 appears in ''[[Need for Speed: Edge]]''.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery spacing="small" orientation="square" widths="155" hideaddbutton="true">
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NFSDuel_Aston_Martin_DB5.jpg|''Need for Speed: Duel''
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NFSPB_AstonMartinDB5_Garage.jpg|''Need for Speed: Payback''
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NFSE_Aston_Martin_DB5.jpg|''Need for Speed: Edge''
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</gallery>
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{{NFSPB Vehicles}}
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{{Need for Speed - Edge Vehicles}}
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[[Category:Cars in Need for Speed: Duel]]

Revision as of 21:02, March 20, 2018

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The Aston Martin DB5 is a grand tourer coupé designed by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and manufactured by Aston Martin from 1963 to 1965.

Regarded to be the most iconic Aston Martin ever created, it was fitted with an all aluminium 4.0L inline-6 engine, a 5-speed gearbox produced by Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen - a German car parts manufacturer - and was fitted with disc brakes.

A high-performance Vantage was introduced in 1964 that produces more horsepower with revised camshaft profiles and Weber carburettors.

Standard equipment included leather interior trim, woll pile carpets, electric windows, reclining seats, a magnesium-alloy body, and a fire extinguisher. A shooting-brake body concept was custom built for Sir David Brown, and an additional twelve coupés were modified to this design by Harold Radford & Co in 1965.

It is well known for being James Bond's car of choice, but this almost never happened during pre-production of Goldfinger. Sir William Lyons, co-founder of Jaguar, refused to lend three Jaguar E-Types for production of the film, and pushed producer Albert R. Broccoli to use the DB5 in its place.

Need for Speed: Duel

The DB5 appears in Need for Speed: Duel.

Need for Speed: Payback

The DB5 appears in Need for Speed: Payback as a downloadable add-on that was made available with the March Update released on March 20, 2018.

Stock

It is unlocked for purchase from the drag, drift, off-road, race, and runner class dealerships upon purchase and download from the online store.
NFSPB AstonMartinDB5 Garage NFSPB Dealership Drag IconNFSPB Dealership Drift IconNFSPB Dealership NA IconNFSPB Dealership Race IconNFSPB Dealership NA IconNFSPB Dealership NA Icon Purchase from the online store.
LV120
NFSPB BankYellow Icon 0
120
399
NFSPB StatIcon Speed LargeWhite Horsepower 282
Top Speed 149
NFSPB StatIcon Accel LargeWhite 0 - 60 6.40
1/4 Mile 14.77
NFSPB StatIcon Nitro LargeWhite N2O Capacity 3.2
N2O Power 3.2
NFSPB StatIcon Air LargeWhite Airtime 4.6
Landing 4.4
NFSPB StatIcon Brakes LargeWhite Response 2.6
Power 2.7

Need for Speed: Edge

The DB5 appears in Need for Speed: Edge.

Gallery

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