From menacing Defender SUVs to Jaguar XF units, the collection of around 60 units would leverage both brand value as well as association with a James Bond movie to gain traction at the auction.
Your dreams of driving a car straight out of a James Bond movie can come true, provided you have big bucks to pay at the auction. This is because many of the stunt vehicles that figures most-recent James Bond movie – No Time to Die – are going under the hammer in the UK. In all, there would be 60 units up for grabs.
The numerous models and units used to carry out the awe-inspiring stunts in the movie can now be owned. And there’s some charity element here too with proceeds from the first-few Defender units to be given to The Red Cross. These Land Rover Defender SUVs are more special than others because these were the first few models to be dispatched straight from the factory to the filming sets. These units bear the 007 chassis number and are expected to fetch as much as 500,000 pounds.
But the collection of models to be put up for auction does not just have the menacing Defender SUV and also features Range Rover Sport SVRs SUVs and Jaguar XF saloons. These were used by the villains to either outrun or outgun Bond. It is reported that the Range Rover Sport SVR could eventually go for an auction amount as high as 120,000 pounds while the XF could fetch 70,000.