James Bond has driven quite a few automobiles over the years, but none is more iconic than the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger. Though it isn’t technically the first Bond car (he drove a Sunbeam Alphine and a Bentley Mark IV in the first two films), the 1963 Aston Martin DB5 that appeared in Goldfinger was the first “Bond car” as we think of them today because it was decked out with gadgets. We’re talking revolving license plates, tracking computer, door phone, ejector seat, tire slashers, bulletproof shield and retractable machine guns—you know, all the things a spy needs to take care of business on the road. Aston Martin has teamed up with EON Productions and Oscar-winning special effects supervisor Chris Corbould (who worked on eight previous Bond films) to create 25 Goldfinger DB5 reproductions that will come complete with “functioning gadgets such as revolving number plates and more.” We don’t know precisely how they’re going to reproduce all these gadgets exactly. The car isn’t going to be road legal anyway, so maybe it really will have machine guns. The 20 examples that will be sold to the public are going to cost around $3.5 million each with an expected delivery in 2020.