A new generation of Aston Martin vehicles have received a makeover and are now equipped with an integrated electronic throttle/brake system.
The new DB5 and DB5 GT have been fitted with an electric throttle that can be accessed by pushing a button, and a brake that is also available via a button on the steering wheel.
The electric system is part of a larger overhaul of the DB5 platform, which saw a large number of upgrades including a redesigned nose, headlights, and grille.
The DB5 was the last of the iconic supercar line to be powered by a 4.0L V8, with the last remaining four-cylinder production cars being the DB6.
This year, Aston Martin is set to introduce the DB8 , which has been fitted a 4WD system, along with a revised powertrain.
The new DB8 has been designed to be a better overall driver, and features a number of updates that are set to make the car a better all-rounder.
The engine is now a four-valve, and the new suspension system will include a stiffer damper for improved damping performance, as well as a new brake system that will allow for more control and improved control response.
The car also has an all-new body kit, including a new carbon fiber bodywork and a carbon fiber roof, and will also include new aerodynamic elements.
The car has been updated to the latest standards and is expected to go on sale in 2019.