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Three stunning Aston Martin sports coupes have created the ultimate window display at Harrods' Knightsbridge this January, celebrating the timeless 'DB' nameplate.

Signifying three different but all equally important eras of Aston Martin, the Aston Martin DB5, DB9 and DB10 are in the shop window of the world renowned department store throughout January 2016.

Named after Sir David Brown, who bought Aston Martin in 1947, the first DB model was launched in 1950 as the DB2. The name has since lent itself to the irreplaceable DB5, and later the DB9, the ultimate grand tourer in the Aston Martin range. See the full history of Aston Martin.

Meanwhile, the Aston Martin DB10 is a car designed exclusively for James Bond. With just 10 examples in the world, the DB10 is one of the rarest Aston Martin models to date, with an all-new design language which hints at the future of this iconic marque. See the Aston Martin DB10 on the DB10 tour which visited Stratstone showrooms late last year.

The window display is here until January 28th, so don't miss out! And if that's not enough then just a short walk away from Harrods is Aston Martin Mayfair, where the extremely rare Aston Martin Vantage GT12 is also on display until the end of January.

Discover more on the relationship between James Bond and Aston Martin:

James Bond: The Aston Martin DB5 and beyond

The 24 Cars of James Bond