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New trailer with more cars: James Bond & # 34; No Time to Die & # 34;

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'No time to die' starts in November
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E actually should be the new James Bond film 'No Time to Die' will hit German cinemas on April 2nd. But this date has now been postponed. After the advertising tour for the new 007 adventure was canceled due to the corona virus, the film start has now been postponed - probably for the same reason. The new start date for the United Kingdom is November 12, 2020. The strip is also due to start in November in the USA. There is not yet a specific date for Germany; but it is likely that a similar date will be chosen in this country.

So car fans will have to wait a little longer before they can see the current James Bond fleet in action. This time it is very varied. Among other things with the new Land Rover Defender. In a Jaguar Land Rover advertising clip showing pictures of the filming, some of the off-roaders beat through the set. The cars heat through the forest, mud and meadows and make giant leaps over not-so-small hills. A total of ten copies of the new SUV are involved in various chases, including the one with the chassis number 007; So these are the first cars from series production.

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In a new trailer you can see more cars. It starts with a black Maserati Quattroporte from the 90s, which the agent misses by a hair's breadth. That Bond himself was behind the wheel of the classic Aston Martin DB5 makes life difficult for criminals, we already knew. The latest trailer shows the DB5 in full action - with machine gun fire from the headlights while Bondspinning a donut. A little later, a couple of Land Rover Defenders fly through the air and the viewer is certain: James Bond is back. And he's not in the mood for joking.

Dark Defender almost in series condition

Behind the wheel, among others, racing and stunt driver Jessica Hawkins plows. As the advertising clip shows, the off-roader even has to endure a rollover. Despite all the hardships, the Defender 110 X - apart from their retrofitted roll bars - remained in the standard condition, are painted in Santorini Black, have dark underrun protection elements and shoot through the film on 20-inch off-road bikes. What Land Rover paid for the Defender's product placement in the new James Bond is unknown. In Germany the price of the basic Defender is 55,600 euros. Those who configure their Defender in the 007 outfit have to budget a lot more money.

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It is also known that James Bond will be in Jamaica in the new film 'No Time to Die'. In a previously released trailer, James Bond drives an older Land Rover 88 Series III. A classic Range Rover and a modern Range Rover Sport SVR are also involved. British brands remain trumps when Bond organizes a practical single-track vehicle: In any case, a Scomadi TL 125 scooter chugs through the night in the trailer - it is difficult to tell whether James Bond is actually the driver. Scomadi was only founded in England in 2005, but the scooters are built in Thailand.

Rare series hypercar in the service of Her Majesty

And of course Aston Martin is having a blast again: James Bond drives the Valhalla hypercar. But this one car is not enough for James Bond to save the world: Aston Martin proudly tweeted a photo of two other models who played a leading role in the film. In the foreground are Charles, Prince of Wales and current Bond actor Daniel Craig. Behind the two: a DB5 and a V8. The 1985 Aston Martin V8 MK IV first appeared in 'The Living Daylights' in 1987. And the DB5 known from Goldfinger from 1964 has long since become the most important James Bond car. Aston Martin has now announced that the current DBS Superleggera will also be part of theThe lot is.

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Charles, Prince of Wales (left) in front of an Aston Martin DB5 and James Bond actor Daniel Craig in front of an Aston Martin V8: These cars are also helping the secret agent to save the world again.

The DB5 used, however, is not an original Aston Martin, because the iconic coup é is now not only too expensive, but also far too rare to be chased across the screen in an action film. According to the 'Car and Driver' platform, a replica is to be used that is powered by BMW's S54 engine. The engine is known from the M3 E46, Z4 M E85 or the Wiesmann MF3 Roadster. The in-line six-cylinder vacuum cleaner draws 343 hp from 3.2 liters of displacement.

With the Valhalla Ian Fleming's hero gets another production model in the garage. The Aston Martin DB10 from 'Specter' was a one-off specially built for the film. 'Production model' does not classify the Valhalla adequately. It is the little brother of the Aston Martin Valkyrie, a V12 hybrid hypercar with a system output of 1,176 hp. Klein primarily refers to the three-liter, double-charged V6 engine in the rear, which, together with an electric motor on the front axle, should enable a system output of 1,000 hp.

Screenshot, https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=19&v=NQkO0Shirl8
Is James Bond the driver? This Scomadi TL 125 drives through the night in a trailer.

The DB5 is of course included

An eight-speed -Double clutch transmission directs the power to the wheels, while an undefined limited slip differential supports the power flow. The electric motor drives the front axle, the combustion engine acts on the rear axle. The hypercar should complete the sprint from zero to 100 km /h in 2.5 seconds, with a top speed of 354 km /h. Thanks to its carbon body, the Aston Martin Valhalla weighs only 1,350 kilograms. There is also a hint in terms of price: the model will not cost less than one million euros. Interested parties must pay a deposit for the order. US customers pay 300,000 dollars, customers from Europe have to deposit 250,000 euros, Australian buyers 450,000 Australian dollars.


Oliver Twist

2022-04-27 07:35:30

The Scooter is a Royal Alloy, not a Scomadi

Oliver twist

2022-04-27 07:36:31

The Scooter is a Royal Alloy, not a Scomadi

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