The car models used in Spectre have been unveiled a month before the film premiere.
The stunt vehicles used in the new Bond film have been revealed. The Land Rover and Jaguar cars were used as Bond cars in the film Spectre. The upcoming Bond film Spectre is set to be released next month. The stunt cars were revealed in a ceremony held in Frankfurt. The Bond event took place in Frankfurt to coincide with the International Motor Show.
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Cast members of Spectre Naomie Harris and Dave Bautista attended the ceremony. The actors were also the guests of honour at the event. Harris will play the character of Moneypenny in Spectre, while Bautista will star as the villain Mr. Hinx. The Jaguar car is driven by Bautista in the film. The film will feature a moonlit chase through the city of Rome. The character of Bautista will chase Bond in the Jaguar C-X75. Bond on the other hand will be driving an Aston Martin DB10 in the scene.
The Jaguar C-X75 is a hybrid super car developed in collaboration with the Williams Formula One team. The Jaguar C-X75 features a petrol-electric drivetrain which can produce up to 850bhp. The Jaguar C-X75 was featured in the centre of the stage. Sadly Jaguar has also announced it will not mass produce the C-X75.
The other vehicles on display belong to Land Rover & Range Rover. The event featured the Range Rover Sport SVR and Land Rover Defender Bigfoot. In Spectre both of the cars are involved in a mountain side chase. Both of the vehicles were developed by the Jaguar Land Rover's in-house Special Operations division.
Actor David Bautista said, "To have the opportunity to be a part of an iconic chase scene in a Bond movie and to drive the C-X75 supercar was like a dream come true for me. It truly is a beautiful beast of a car that will go down in movie history."
Naomie Harris, who will reprise the role of Moneypenny in SPECTRE said: "I made my Bond debut in the Defender, and I have so many fond memories shooting that sequence in Turkey. It's such a special franchise to be a part of, and I'm thrilled to be here in Frankfurt with the Jaguar Land Rover team".
Managing Director of Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations, John Edwards, said: "For Jaguar Land Rover to once again be a part of the iconic vehicle line ups in one of the most celebrated film franchises in the world represents a proud moment for us. It's an incredible opportunity to showcase production and concept cars alike and we look forward to continuing this relationship well into the future."