XCAR Reviews The Villains From Spectre: Video
There has been plenty of buzz about the Aston Martin DB10 and its official debut in the new Spectre Bond film. Finally, XCAR has taken the time to do a review video of the other great cars in the movie – specifically those that are charged with the task of taking down Bond and his DB10.
First up in the video is the Land Rover Defender Bigfoot, and it is a special vehicle indeed. This Bond-getter includes 185 horsepower, 37-inch tires, a Warn Zeon 10S Winch Kit, LED lights in the front and rear, Recaro sports seats, and even a rear limited slip differential.
Next on XCAR’s list is the Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR – the only model that can actually be purchased as a production model now that the Defender is at the end of its life cycle. XCAR already did a review on this specific car a while back, but the one designed for Spectre has a few extra goodies over the standard model. It includes bigger wheels and tires, a stealth black paint job, and some painfully bright spotlights that you could probably see from space. The SUV made for the film still puts out the same 550 horsepower and can hit 62 mph in less than 5 seconds.
Of course, XCAR’s review wouldn’t be complete without the Jaguar C-X75. The car is based off of the original concept prototype XCAR reviewed a while back that was able to do more than 200 mph. The specific car in the video is a repainted variant of the C-X75, while the other five built for the film were made with the popular 5.0-liter V-8 that puts out 550 horsepower. As noted in the video, this prototype is a combination of various Jag models thrown together. It even has a center console from the F-Type. XCAR was limited to a top speed of just 30 mph to prevent the possibility of damaging any of these special models, but the video is certainly worth watching. I can’t wait to see all three of them in action against the DB10.