Insane Volvo Driver Uses Spikes And Smoke Screen To Evade Police

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Who would have known that the latest Bond car was a Volvo?

James Bond usually has exquisite taste in vehicles. He typically goes after something sexy, fast, and luxurious before Q outfits it with all the latest gadgets. So it was a bit surprising to see that the latest Bond mobile seems to be an older Volvo XC90 driven by a Lithuanian double '0' agent. As this Bond is about to get pulled over by the fuzz, he activates a smoke screen and when that doesn’t work, he releases the spike strips. Unfortunately, the Q who modified this Volvo must have not been too good at their job.

In the end, the escape attempts fail and the agent is apprehended. Should have stuck with an Aston Martin.

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