Range Rover Defender Makes Debut in New Bond Movie

The coolest spy in the history of cinema may have finally met his match. When Daniel Craig takes to the big screen for the latest installment of the James Bond franchise, "No Time to Die," he'll be joined by the newest member of the Land Rover lineup, the Range Rover Defender 110. The revised version of the Range Rover classic SUV gets put to the test in the 25th James Bond film, which is currently in production at different locations across the globe. It is the same Range Rover Defender you'll discover at Land Rover Huntington.

Land Rover and the stunt coordinators of "No Time to Die" released this short video showing the Defender, and other members of the Land Rover family, in action, and it is evident, the Defender can hold its own as it skips, jumps and throws itself across a variety of extreme terrain in hot pursuit.

So what makes the Range Rover Defender think it can keep up with the adventure promised by a 007 movie? The James Bond team puts the off-road skills of the Defender 110 to the test in the forests outside of London. No doubt, the 11.5-inch of ground clearance and out-of-this-world off-road ability were selling points to the stunt coordinators. Its new Wade program allows it to wade through a 35.4-inches of the Defender used in the upcoming flick comes in Santorini Black and skid pans, professional off-road tires, and 20-inch dark finish wheels.

Richard Agnew is the Global Communications Coordinator for Land Rover and says, "No Time To Die" is a brilliant way to showcase the capabilities of the New Defender in the latest jaw-dropping James Bond car chase." You'll find the Range Rover Sport SVR, Land Rover Series III, and Range Rover Classic with supporting roles in the film, as well. The franchise is no stranger to using some of the most elegant and rugged vehicles for its sequences. In fact, this is the second time it has turned to a Range Rover as part of its story. Roger Moore was seen driving a convertible version of the Range Rover in 1983. You can catch "No Time To Die" when it is released in April.

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