A handful of Jaguar and Land Rover stunt vehicles from the James Bond film “No Time To Die” will be auctioned off by Christie’s in London on September 28, with some of the income benefiting charity causes.
The plenty include a Land Rover Defender 110 employed in the course of an off-street chase scene. One of 10 Defenders utilised in the motion picture, it bears the significant VIN ending in 007. It is anticipated to promote for in between 300,000 and 500,000 British kilos (about $365,353 to $608,922), with the sale benefitting the British Red Cross.
Land Rover Array Rover Activity in James Bond 007
A 2nd Defender 110 will be auctioned off as very well, whilst it does not surface to be 1 of the stunt automobiles. It truly is stated as a V8 Bond Edition, a constrained edition influenced by the “No Time To Die” Defenders. Just 300 ended up built for international use, and this 1 is anticipated to promote for the equal of $243,569 to $365,353. That sale will reward dialogue charity Tusk.
In addition to the Defenders, one particular of 6 Vary Rover Activity SVR stunt cars utilised to film “No Time To Die” will cross the block, with a pre-auction estimate of $97,427 to $146,141. This is the outgoing-era Vary Rover Sport, not the just lately unveiled 3rd-technology product. But due to the fact it really is the SVR, it packs a 5.-liter supercharged V-8 making 575 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque.
Jaguar XF in James Bond 007
At last, a Jaguar XF stunt car or truck is anticipated to carry between $60,895 and $85,253 at the auction. This is a single of two of the sedans used in the pre-credits scene, driven by negative guys chasing down 007 and his Aston Martin DB5.
Speaking of the DB5, none of people stunt automobiles built for “No Time To Die” are provided in this auction, nor are the 1974 Aston Martin Vantage V8, DBS Superleggera, or Valhalla supercar that appeared briefly in the motion picture, as this is purely a JLR affair. Possibly subsequent time.