Bevvy of exciting cars and bikes in the new Bond movie
Motoring enthusiasts inside us would always want to know more about the incredible vehicles showcased in any upcoming Bond flick. To start off, let us look at some iconic Bond cars that are making a comeback in No time to die.
Aston Martin DB5
A James Bond character is incomplete without an Aston Martin, and the epochal DB5 remarks its entry with the chapter. The DB5 is the first car to be spotted in the trailer and is engaged in some action, going up against the bad guys and in signature 007 fashion puls out the big guns from behind the headlights. Mind you the car is not in a blink-and-you-will-miss-it cameo and seems like it gets a good amount of screen time, as evidenced by how often it shows up in the trailer.
Aston Martin Vantage V8
Remember the V8-classic in the 1987 chapter ‘The Living Daylights’? It is also featured in the upcoming chapter carrying the same registration plate from the previous and is engaged in some action sequences as well.
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera
The impressive DBS Superleggera also features in the upcoming chapter. Although being shown stationary in the trailer we hope to hear the V12 roar in the movie and we expect it to be driven by Nomi - the replacement to Bond in MI6.
Aston Martin Valhalla
The car was showcased in Geneva Motor Show last year and is all set to make its debut on-screen with this chapter. The car is a design concept of Aston Martin co-developed with Red Bull Racing.
Land Rover Defender
The SUV was not shown in the trailer but we did get to see Defenders in a high octane chase sequence in a clip that Land Rover released and it will certainly mark its presence in the current instalment which was shot in Scotland.
Also check out the Defender in action in this video that Land Rover released
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 is shown alongside the Tiger 900 that is already a part of the Bond series performing some staircase jump sequences and power-packed action scenes.
A Maserati Quattroporte IV, couple of Jaguar XFs and old Land Rovers along with a Land Cruiser Prado, a Ducati Scrambler is also a part of the movie. The electric London Taxi, the BMW street bikes and Fiat 124 as the police cars also play an important part in this instalment.
The James Bond 007: No Time to Die trailer has definitely set high expectations amongst the audience for an action-packed entertainment film and with the above-mentioned cars, the excitement, at least for us automotive enthusiasts, is reaching a fever pitch.