Jaguar C-X75 And Land Rovers Will Star Alongside Aston Martin DB-10 In Next James Bond Flick

James Bond

And yet the C-X75 still won't reach production. Damn shame.

The 24th James Bond film, "Spectre," is currently in production in London, but there’ll obviously be some location shooting. And that’s where the cars will come into play. We already know about the Aston Martin DB-10. It’s beautiful. We love it, but it’ll only be limited production. That’s still a step up from another car that’ll appear in the film: the already cancelled Jaguar C-X75 supercar. And now Jaguar Land Rover has announced the entire lineup of its products that’ll appear in the film.

Alongside the C-X75 will be a Range Rover Sport SVR and a Defender Big Foot, both of which have been provided by Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations. The UK-based automaker claims the Range Rover Sport SVR is the fastest and most powerful Land Rover ever. The Defender Big Foot features 37-inch diameter off-road tires and a bespoke suspension system and enhanced body protection. We’ll have to wait until this October to see all of these cars in action on the big screen, and yes, some will probably be blown up. It’s James Bond, after all.

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