Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

A handful of Jaguar and Land Rover stunt cars from the James Bond film “No Time To Die” will be auctioned at Christie’s in London on 28 September, with some sales to benefit charitable causes.

Lots include a Land Rover Defender 110 used during an off-road chase scene. One of the 10 Defenders used in the film carries the significant VIN ending in 007. It is expected to sell for between 300,000 and 500,000 British pounds (approximately $ 365,353 to $ 608,922), with the sale to the benefit of the British Red Cross.

Land Rover Range Rover Sport in James Bond 007

Land Rover Range Rover Sport in James Bond 007

A second Defender 110 will also be auctioned, although it doesn’t appear to be one of the stunt cars. It is listed as V8 Bond Edition, a limited edition inspired by the “No Time To Die” Defenders. Only 300 were built for global consumption and this is expected to sell for the equivalent of $ 243,569 to $ 365,353. That sale will benefit the Tusk conversation charity.

In addition to the Defenders, one of the six Range Rover Sport SVR stunt cars used in the “No Time To Die” movie will cross the block, with a pre-auction estimate of $ 97,427 to $ 146,141. This is the upcoming generation Range Rover Sport, not the recently introduced third generation model. But since it’s the SVR, it packs a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 that produces 575bhp and 516Nm of torque.

Jaguar XF in James Bond 007

Jaguar XF in James Bond 007

Finally, a Jaguar XF stunt car is expected to fetch between $ 60,895 and $ 85,253 at auction. This is one of two sedans used in the pre-credits scene, driven by villains chasing 007 and its Aston Martin DB5.

Speaking of the DB5, none of those stunt cars built for “No Time To Die” are included in this auction, nor are the 1974 Aston Martin Vantage V8, DBS Superleggera or Valhalla supercars that appeared briefly in the film, as it is purely a JLR deal. Maybe next time.

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