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IN THEATRES NOVEMBER 2020

Land Rover Models in Action.

Imagery features behind the scenes film footage from the closed movie set for No Time to Die. Vehicles shown were heavily modified to perform the stunts by professional drivers. Do not attempt under any circumstances. Capabilities of movie vehicles not representative of production vehicles.

ALL-TERRAIN ICONS AT THE HEART OF THE ACTION

The New Defender and the Range Rover Sport SVR in spectacular action in the 25th James Bond film, along with classic Land Rover and Range Rover models

NEW DEFENDER

James Bond is back in No Time To Die. The New Defender was tested by the stunt team who pushed it to the limits. Each Defender 110 X is Santorini Black and has Satin Dark Grey alloy wheels. As tested in No Time To Die, the New Defender sets new standards for toughness and capability.

Imagery features behind the scenes film footage from the closed movie set for No Time to Die. Vehicles shown were heavily modified to perform the stunts by professional drivers. Do not attempt under any circumstances. Capabilities of movie vehicles not representative of production vehicles.

RANGE ROVER SPORT SVR

The New Defender is not the only Land Rover in No Time To Die, the Range Rover Sport SVR also stars in the action. Its 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged Gas 575 HP engine delivers 516 lb-ft of torque. As the fastest most powerful Land Rover ever, the Range Rover Sport SVR is the perfect vehicle for No Time To Die. Finished in Eiger Grey with 22-inch Gloss Black wheels, it features the Carbon Fibre Exterior Pack with body-coloured Carbon Fibre hood.

Imagery features behind the scenes film footage from the closed movie set for No Time to Die. Vehicles shown were heavily modified to perform the stunts by professional drivers. Do not attempt under any circumstances. Capabilities of movie vehicles not representative of production vehicles.

The New Land Rover Defender.
The Range Rover Sport SVR in Action.
Autoplay Stop

LAND ROVER CLASSICS

Look out for classic Land Rovers in No Time To Die.

  • Land Rover Series III.

    LAND ROVER SERIES III

    You’ll spot a Land Rover Series III in Jamaica. Series III Land Rovers were produced from 1971 to 1990.

    Imagery features behind the scenes film footage from the closed movie set for No Time to Die. Vehicles shown were heavily modified to perform the stunts by professional drivers. Do not attempt under any circumstances. Capabilities of movie vehicles not representative of production vehicles.

  • Range Rover Classic.

    RANGE ROVER CLASSIC

    You'll also spot a Range Rover Classic, the original luxury SUV dating from 1970 to 1996, in Italy. Land Rover Classic Works can source and comprehensively restore vehicles back to original specification. Staffed by expert engineers and historic vehicle specialists, it offers the very finest in restoration facilities.

    Imagery features behind the scenes film footage from the closed movie set for No Time to Die. Vehicles shown were heavily modified to perform the stunts by professional drivers. Do not attempt under any circumstances. Capabilities of movie vehicles not representative of production vehicles.

Imagery features behind the scenes film footage from the closed movie set for No Time to Die. Vehicles shown were heavily modified to perform the stunts by professional drivers. Do not attempt under any circumstances. Capabilities of movie vehicles not representative of production vehicles.

JAMES BOND:
NO TIME TO DIE

In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

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Professional stunt drivers in film set situation. Do not attempt.
Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team worked with the No Time To Die stunt team for aesthetic and stunt safety adaptations. Examples include roll cages, under-body protection, fire-extinguisher system and motorsport fuel cells. All of these ensured enhanced durability and protection for the stunt work.