The cars are coming to the London Film Museum from March 21, including the underwater Esprit and Aston Martin, armed with missiles.
The author of a new James Bond novel has revealed that Daniel Day-Lewis would be his choice to play the character at the launch in London.
One James Bond fan has got their hands on the submarine car used in The Spy Who Loved - for the hefty price of £550, 000.
James Bond is never too far away from a martini or an Aston Martin - so if he was in London today he may well have toasted the centenary celebrations for the famous car brand.
A gathering of some of the rarest and most famous Aston Martins were on show in Kensington Gardens, telling the brand's 100-year story from its origins in Henniker Mews, Chelsea, London, to the current global headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire.
– Wendy Watkins & family statement
Derek died surrounded by his wife, their children...and grandchildren after a two year long battle against cancer.
His great love for his family and his legendary trumpet playing as well as his gift of laughter and friendship will mean he will be remembered for generations to come.
Wendy & family would like to thank everyone for their incredible support and outpouring of love for this wonderful man.
He was amazed but very honoured to have received so many messages and also comforted by the knowledge that his trumpet playing and reputation will live on for future generations to enjoy and admire.
Derek Watkins, the British trumpet player who played on every James Bond film soundtrack, has died aged 68.
The lead trumpet player, who was described by the great Dizzy Gillespie as "Mr Lead", died yesterday at home in Reading following a lengthy battle with cancer.
Watkins was "widely considered to be the foremost British Big Band trumpet player ever to grace the stage", according to Philip Biggs, editor of the Brass Herald.
After turning professional aged 17, he enjoyed a lengthy career in which he played with The Beatles, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Frank Sinatra, the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
He played with the BBC Big Band and performed for prominent jazz musicians Johnny Dankworth, Maynard Ferguson and Benny Goodman.
Mr Biggs described him as "a people's person - no side, no ego, a fun loving musician who couldn't get enough of life, who loved his family".
He is survived by his wife Wendy and their children, Sean, Ellie and Sarah.
Watkins was born into a brass band family and taught to play the cornet at the age of four by his father.
He then played in the band his father conducted - the Spring Gardens Brass Band in Reading, of which is grandfather was also conductor and a founder member.
West London born Dame Helen Mirren is nominated in the Best Actress category for her role in Hitchcock - playing the wife of the famous filmmaker.
Dame Helen Mirren said she was "delighted" to have been nominated for Best Actress for her performance as Alma Reville in Hitchcock.
This was a wonderful role, Alma Reville was more than Hitchcock's wife, in many ways she was his muse, his assistant, his editor and more, and I am proud to have had the opportunity to portray her.
There were many people involved in the making of the film, all of whom played a part in this nomination.
I would particularly like to thank my co-star Anthony Hopkins and our director Sacha Gervasi who helped me to shape Alma on to the screen.
The latest 007 film Skyfall secured eight nominations, including nods for Dame Judi Dench and Javier Bardem:
Daniel Craig speaks to Lucrezia Millarini about his role as James Bond in 'Skyfall'.
The new Bond film Skyfall premieres this evening. Watch the film's full trailer here.