If your kid is an aspiring MI6 agent, then you can at least get his (or her) love of finer automobiles the proper boost with a real Aston Martin. The DB5 Junior was developed in cooperation with The Little Car Company, and it looks just like the real deal, sans roof. For a mere $46 grand, you’ll get a 3-meter long DB5 with a 6.7-horsepower electric motor and the ability to jet to 30 mph. The little Aston is roomy enough so an adult can helm it with a kid riding shotgun (or vice-versa). It has the same cues as the real thing, including a wooden steering wheel, signature fender vents, triple lens taillights, and even those famous wire wheels. Sadly, there are no machine guns or tire shredders. The DB5 Junior also has driving modes: Novice, Expert, and Race to accommodate various skill levels. Upgrade to the DB5 Vantage Junior (about $59,407), and you get the Vantage driving mode and twice the power. It also adds a carbon fiber body, a limited-slip differential, and a second battery pack that can quickly swap out when the first one is out of juice. Just be wary that your tyke doesn’t start asking for his own vodka martinis (shaken, not stirred).