These cars with screen time are being auctioned to support a great cause.
One of the most important and exciting aspects of the legendary James Bond films has always been the cars. Whether it be an Aston Martin or a BMW, the cars play a big role in creating a glamorous atmosphere and telling the story of the adventures of 007. The latest film, No Time To Die, features cars from Jaguar and Land Rover, namely the Land Rover Defender 110, the Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR, and the Jaguar XF. At Christie’s in London, these stunt cars will be sold by auction at an invitation-only sale on September 28, and they’ll be joined by the SV Bespoke-created Land Rover Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition.
Each car will be sold to defend charity, with the Defender 110 that starred in the film being sold to benefit British Red Cross, the Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition being sold to benefit Tusk, a conservation charity, and the Range Rover Sport and Jaguar XF being sold to support charity, as well. The Defender 110 is incredibly special as it was not only one of the 10 stunt Defenders used for filming, but it also features a 007 VIN, and it was also used to promotion for the film before its release. The cars will also be on display at Christie’s headquarters from September 15 to the 28th when the auction will take place as part of a two-part charity sale with 60 lots, Sixty Years of James Bond with an online sale going from September 15 to October 5 which is James bond day, and 25 lots selling at Christie’s at the invitation-only auction on September 28.
Source: Jaguar/Land Rover