The car itself has its own trivial behind the scenes stories and it had another name known as “Wet Nellie” which appeared in “The Spy Who Loved Me” that expanded the popularity of the James Bond franchise.
Of course the Hot Wheels version was toned down when it comes to the details and this is just one of the first releases as there are also other variant colors that’s already being sold on retail. Just like the Ashton Martin DB5 the Lotus Esprit S1 comes in another color.
The white version will always be unique compared to a red version as it has made an identity of its own as James Bond’s sports car. But not as iconic as the popular DB5 though its still one of those cars that you’ll never take your eyes off when you see it on the road. Hot Wheels did not disappoint in making a follow-up to the James Bond’s cars and there will be more where that came from for now this one is an eye catcher to have.
Hot Wheels is retailed in the Philippines for PhP 99.75 pesos which are locally distributed by Rich Prime. This was acquired at Big W in Adelaide South Australia for $ 2.25 AU Dollars.
For details about the product LIKE Richwell Club on Facebook!