The new James Bond film No Time To Die, looks like it’s going to feature plenty of incredible cars worthy of the 007 link, but new shots from the film has revealed that the new 2020 Defender will be featured heavily in the dirtiest of conditions.
In the previous film Spectre, the old Defender was obviously a standard issue company car for the every-day bad guy, and these blacked out 4x4s are giving us all the clues that they’ll be on the heels of James Bond with some fairly nasty people behind the wheel.
These Defenders were the very first ones to roll off the production line at JLR’s new factory in Slovakia, and they are standard apart from the odd roll cage and pneumatic handbrake for the stunt drivers, as you can see from this behind the scenes look below.
JLR has also confirmed that the Range Rover Sport SVR, a Land Rover Series III and a Range Rover Classic will all be seen in the film to varying degrees. And of course Aston Martin are handing over the keys to some of their greatest ever vehicles, including the DB5, an old V8 Vantage, the new Valhalla and a DBS Superleggera.
If you’re a petrol-head, this film is definitely going to be a must-watch on its release in April next year.