Aston Martin’s first ever motorcycle would look gorgeous with James Bond riding it

It’s no secret that Aston Martin makes cars so fine, Britain’s top spy exclusively drives them. Now, with the AMB 001, Mr. Bond has the ability to go on international missions on two wheels! The British carmaking company partnered with Brough Superior to create the AMB 001, the company’s first-ever two-wheeled endeavor, a 180-horsepower motorcycle legal only for track use… and perhaps in movies (although that’s mostly wishful thinking)

The AMB 001 comes with a carbon-fiber body and is even fitted with titanium and aluminum trimmings to keep it aggressively lightweight. The motorcycle sports Aston Martin’s signature Sterling Green paint-job which contrasts beautifully against the oxford-tanned brogued leather seat. The motorcycle comes fitted with a turbocharged V-twin engine developed specially by Brough Superior for this beast, which lends the two-wheeler a mindbending 180 horsepower. The motorcycle isn’t street-legal yet, and will only be limited to a hundred pieces, each of which will sell for slightly over $120,000.

Designers: Aston Martin and Brough Superior