Forget About No Time To Die, Check Out These Rad James Bond Cars Instead
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Although James Bond movies typically go together like winter and January, the upcoming No Time To Die installment has made a lot of gearheads happy. You could attribute that to the power of social media and car brands wanting as much exposure as possible, but it’s surely nice that so much car content has been generated by the latest 007 movie.
Daniel Craig’s last ride as James Bond will see some Land Rover Defenders bouncing off rough terrain, crashing, and then bouncing some more. It also motivated Top Gear to go out and drive some of the best Bond cars to feature on the big screen.
What Cars Has James Bond Driven in Movies?
It was only recently that we saw a couple of Land Rover Defenders (yes, the new ones) taking a bashing during James Bond No Time To Die rehearsals. We got up, we applauded, and we’re about to do the same for Top Gear’s latest video - one that brings together some of the raddest cars to be driven by past and current James Bonds. The list is as exquisite as you’d expect, both in terms of the cars and the actors that played Agent 007:
- Aston Martin DB5 - driven by Sean Connery in the 1964 Goldfinger
- Aston Martin DBS - driven by George Lazenby in the 1969 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
- Lotus Esprit S1 - driven by Roger Moore in the 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me
- Aston Martin V8 Vantage - driven by Timothy Dalton in the 1987 The Living Daylights
- BMW Z8 - driven by Pierce Brosnan in the 1999 The World Is Not Enough
- Aston Martin DB10 - driven by Daniel Craig in the the 2015 Spectre
Obviously, we won’t go into discussing every car mentioned above for a clear reason: it spoils the charm of the video you’re about to see. We will, however, provide an update regarding the upcoming James Bond No Time To Die movie.
If the recent rumors hold any substance, it will be the longest 007 movie ever.
According to Collider. Better said, No Time To Die will reportedly offer 163 minutes of Bond action, which is longer than Spectre’s 148 minutes of air time. If that’s the case, then why didn’t they name it A Lot Of Time To Die instead?
Joke aside, Craig David will be joined on his last role as Agent 007 by the likes of Ana de Armas, Lea Seydoux, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Christoph Waltz, Naomie Harris, and Ben Whishaw.
No Time To Die will premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London, with the theatrical release scheduled to air on April 2 in the U.K. and April 10 in the United States.
James Bond - No Time to Die Trailer
Learn more about all of the bond cars mentioned in this article at the links below!