Aston Martin DB5
Surely the most famous of Bond's cars, Sean Connery drove a silver Aston Martin DB5 in Goldfinger and Thunderball. The car returned in GoldenEye and shortly appeared in Tomorrow Never Dies, too.
The original car contained all kinds of modifications, from an ejector seat to revolving licence plates.
Toyota 2000 GT
Driven by Aki in You Only Live Twice as a getaway car, this car was state of the art in 1967 with the first in-car television.
Aston Martin DBS
With On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the new Bond had a new car. The Aston Martin DBS was a six cylinder version of the Aston Martin that was released in 1969. The car was briefly seen in the beginning of the movie when Bond is chasing after Tracy, and then again after their wedding.
Sadly, the car would be too painful for 007 to drive again; his dear wife Tracy was murdered in it.
1969 Cougar Convertible
When Tracy rescues Bond from Piz Gloria in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, she does so in her red 1969 Cougar Convertible. Lucky for Bond, the car couldn't handle the snowstorm and he and Tracy had to sleep for the night.
1971 Mustang Mach 1
After Bond escapes in the Moon Buggy in Diamonds are Forever, Tiffany is waiting outside with her 1971 Mustang Mach 1. This sleek car manages to evade the Las Vegas police and make one of the most notable car chases and notorious bloopers in Bond history. When it goes down the alley and tips to one side, it comes out tipped to the opposite side.
San Monique Bus
When Bond and Solitaire uncover Kananga's heroin business in Live and Let Die, they steal a double decker bus to finish their getaway. During the pursuit, the bus loses its second layer and can barely run after the long car chase.
When chasing after Goodnight in The Man With The Golden Gun, Bond steals an AMC Hornet with Sheriff JW Pepper in it. During the chase Bond pokes fun at the Sheriff and makes an Evil Knievel-type jump over a river.
The Spy Who Loved Me's Lotus Esprit was memorable of it's ability to travel underwater. Bond also had a white Lotus Turbo Esprit in For Your Eyes Only, but it eventually blew up. Later in the film, he drives a red Turbo Esprit.
The car was also equipped with underwater smoke screens and torpedoes, among other extras.
After his Lotus self destructs in For Your Eyes Only after being tampered with, Bond has to rely on Milena Havelock's tiny Citroen 2CV to get away. With it, they roll down hills, jump over trees, and weave their way through city streets to evade their pursuers.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
For Timothy Dalton's Bond, Aston Martin equipped him with a stylish V8 Vantage. Featured in The Living Daylights, the car had plenty of optional extras: bulletproof everything, twin rockets, jet engine booster rocket, laser beam, side mounted skis and a self-destruct system.
Pierce Brosnan was handed the keys to a beautiful new BMW Z3 Roadster in his debut film, GoldenEye. The car had Stinger missiles behind the headlights, a nifty radar behind the stero console and the standard bullet proofing.
The car was introduced early in the film, naturally by Q, but it's extras were never used.
A new BMW used by Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies, the 750i has reinflating tires, eight missiles in the sunroof, machine guns, dent resistant doors, an automated caltrops dispense and a nice voice taking care of your personal safety.
It's most effective feature, however, must be that you can drive it by remote control.
For the third mission in a row, Q equips 007 with a shiny new BMW in The World Is Not Enough. This time around the features are a bit more limited. Aside from being stunning to look at, it is once again remote controlled. On the sides of the car are anti-aircraft missiles.
The new Jaguar XKR coupe is used by Zao, the villain, in Die Another Day. It is equipped with such features as a battering-ram front bumper, missiles inside the headlights and on the sides of the doors, mortar bombs concealed in the trunk, and a gatling gun concealed behind the driver. This is one of the rare appearances of a Jaguar automobile in the Bond movies.
In Die Another Day, Jinx (Halle Berry) is equipped with the 2003 Ford Thunderbird.
Aston Martin V12 Vanquish
The James Bond Series returns to its roots in Die Another Day, using an Aston Martin for the first time in four films. This car is juiced up like old days, with a few other refinements: missiles concealed in the front grill, projectile seeking machine guns in the fron of the car, ejector seat, adaptive camoflauge, traction spike tires, and a remote control starting and driving.
Aston Martin DBS
Bond returns in Casino Royale (2006) with the updated model of the DBS as seen in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Unfortunately, the ooh's and aah's the car received when it first appeared on screen were overshadowed by the car's destruction when Bond swerves to avoid Vesper Lynd in the middle of the road. This 'stunt' actually set a Guiness World Record for car rolls in a single take (seven).