Every Car James Bond Drives in ‘No Time To Die’
James Bond: Agent 007. He loves action, he loves gadgets, and he loves classic cars. The upcoming film features James Bond behind the wheel of a myriad of breathtaking classic cars–including two Aston Martins. The BMW-powered DB5 stunt car may be the most unique custom car in a film since the new batmobile. Here are all 007’s vehicles in No Time To Die.
1964 Aston Martin DB5
The Aston Martin DB5 is the quintessential Bond car. This 1964 classic has appeared in more 007 films than any one James Bond actor. Naturally the DB5 is the first of the No Time To Die cars. The new movie features this classic at the center of a major action set piece.
In the final moments of 2015’s Spectre, Daniel Craig’s James Bond rode off into the sunset with
Madeleine Swann aboard his 1964 DB5. The final No Time To Die trailer reveals that the upcoming movie opens with the couple on vacation in Italy. When bad guys catch up with him, Bond deploys the DB5’s mini-guns and does donuts to dispatch them all. Sadly, the DB5 appears to be totaled by the end of this chase scene.
Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC
James Bond begins the Italy sequence fleeing the bad guys on foot. He then commandeers a new Triumph Scrambler. He rides the bike around the walled city, finally completing a daring multi-story jump onto a stone bridge. You can see the Triumph stunts at timestamp 2:00.
Enduro champion Paul “Fast Eddy” Edmondson completed this incredible jump for the movie. Additionally, Triumph released a special edition Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE Bond Edition to commemorate No Time To Die.
Land Rover Series III
After the Italy sequence, James Bond retires to Jamaica. He mothballs the tuxedo and calls it quits. What does Daniel Craig’s James Bond drive while soaking up the sun? A classic Series III Land Rover, of course. Bond last drove a Series III Land Rover in 1987’s The Living Daylights. Craig’s Bond has driven several modern Land Rovers, but never a classic. Bond cruises around town with the top down, eventually meeting his old friend Felix Leiter in a bar. Leiter convinces him to get back into the spy game.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
In the new No Time To Die trailer, Bond whips the cover off of a car in storage. The scene is reminiscent of his Aston Martin DB5 reveal in Skyfall. But this time, Bond is standing over an Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Bond last drove a 1980s Aston Martin in 1987’s The Living Daylights.
During No Time To Die, Bond then drives the Aston Martin V8 to Norway, pursued by a helicopter. Check out his retro car at timestamp 1:45. But his chase takes 007 off-road, so he needs to find a 4×4 in a hurry.
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado LC90
To chase the bad guys’ convoy of new Land Rover Defenders off road, Bond slides behind the wheel of a series 90 Land Cruiser. That’s right, No Time To Die features James Bond driving a Toyota.
Eon Productions filmed the one chase scene at locations in both Norway and Scotland. It appears James Bond runs several Defenders off the road with his trusty Land Cruiser. He also must dispatch more baddies on Triumphs. You can see this off-road chase at timestamps 1:51 and 2:07.
The Cars Of ‘No Time To Die’
If you haven’t seen No Time To Die, you can watch the final trailer here:
If you want to know more about the No Time To Die cars, check out some of our other articles:
- Learn about the BMW-powered DB5 built for stunts.
- Read the real story behind James Bond’s Aston Martin V8.
- Get the scoop on that Matera motorcycle jump.
- Catch up with James Bond’s first car.
- Or see some cool Aston Martin rally cars.