Although it will also have the presence of the brand new hybrid hypercar Aston Martin Valhalla, This time we have been able to enjoy watching the specialists of the feature film making the most of the capabilities of the most powerful Land Rover to date.
A 575 hp SUV and a supercharged V8 … in the air
During the chase, the SUV becomes the protagonist thanks to the
Oscar winner Chris Corbould, Super Effects and Action Vehicles Supervisor, and Lee Morrison, Stunt Coordinator.
its 575 hp supercharged V8 engine make it a good choice for this type of stunt. It can go from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 283 km / h, making it the fastest Land Rover ever made.
The SVRs used in ‘No Time to Die’ feature the same specially calibrated suspension found in series production models, which was developed by engineers in Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations department.
The two Eiger Gray models are fitted with 22-inch alloy wheels in Narvik Black and the optional Carbon Pack, which includes a glossy carbon fiber finish on the front vents, lower bumper air intakes, grill and mirrors.
This model has served as inspiration for the Defender V8 Bond Edition, an edition limited to 300 units and is available from 154.100 euros.
“No Time to Die” is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and stars Daniel Craig, who plays Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 for the fifth and final time.
In the feature film, Bond has retired from active duty to enjoy a quiet life in Jamaica. However, this peaceful existence is interrupted when his old CIA friend, Felix Leiter, asks for his help.
His mission, which consists of rescuing a kidnapped scientist, turns out to be much more complex than expected when Bond discovers the existence of
a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.