Vancouver Auto Show's jaw-dropping cars
From James Bond's Aston Marton to the Batmobile, cars that cost more than just money
Many of the cars were pricey but several cost more than just money. There were true labours of love.
Aston Martin DB5
It's perhaps the most iconic of all of James Bond's vehicles: the Aston Martin DB5.
The beauty was first seen on the silver screen in 1963 driven by Sean Connery as Bond in Goldfinger.
This tribute car was built here in Metro Vancouver, complete with Q's replica gadgets.
This custom-made replica was based on the design of the caped-crusader's car as seen in the 1989 Batman film starring Michael Keaton.
A dreamy, handmade Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is on display at the show.
This one has a "Metropolitan Blue" exterior and "Casden Tan" interior.
Not for the faint of heart, it's priced at about $658,975 CAD.
Solo Electric Vehicle
There are more than just pricey rides at the auto show and you might even see a little bit of the future.
The Vancouver-made "Solo" is a single-seat, electric car that will take you from zero to 100 km/h in eight seconds.
It's projected to cost a far more reasonable $19,888 CAD.