Stunt vehicles from James Bond movie “No Time To Die” head to auction


A handful of Jaguar and Land Rover stunt automobiles from the James Bond movie “No Time To Die” will probably be auctioned off by Christie’s in London on September 28, with a few of the gross sales benefiting charity causes.

The tons embrace a Land Rover Defender 110 used throughout an off-road chase scene. Certainly one of 10 Defenders used within the film, it bears the numerous VIN ending in 007. It is anticipated to promote for between 300,000 and 500,000 British kilos (roughly $365,353 to $608,922), with the sale benefitting the British Crimson Cross.

Land Rover Range Rover Sport in James Bond 007

Land Rover Vary Rover Sport in James Bond 007

A second Defender 110 will probably be auctioned off as properly, though it would not look like one of many stunt automobiles. It is listed as a V8 Bond Version, a restricted version impressed by the “No Time To Die” Defenders. Simply 300 have been constructed for international consumption, and this one is predicted to promote for the equal of $243,569 to $365,353. That sale will profit dialog charity Tusk.

Along with the Defenders, one in all six Vary Rover Sport SVR stunt automobiles used to movie “No Time To Die” will cross the block, with a pre-auction estimate of $97,427 to $146,141. That is the outgoing-generation Vary Rover Sport, not the not too long ago unveiled third-generation model. However as a result of it is the SVR, it packs a 5.0-liter supercharged V-8 producing 575 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque.

Jaguar XF in James Bond 007

Jaguar XF in James Bond 007

Lastly, a Jaguar XF stunt automobile is predicted to convey between $60,895 and $85,253 on the public sale. That is one in all two of the sedans used within the pre-credits scene, pushed by unhealthy guys chasing down 007 and his Aston Martin DB5.

Talking of the DB5, none of these stunt automobiles constructed for “No Time To Die” are included on this public sale, nor are the 1974 Aston Martin Vantage V8, DBS Superleggera, or Valhalla supercar that appeared briefly within the film, as that is purely a JLR affair. Perhaps subsequent time.


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