Jaguar C-X75 supercar to star in new Bond film SPECTRE

Jaguar C-X75 James Bond 007 SPECTRE

JAGUAR LAND ROVER are set to supply a range of cars to star in the upcoming James Bond film, SPECTRE.

Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed that the C-X75 supercar concept will take a starring role in the latest Bond film, SPECTRE, including a car chase through the streets of Rome alongside James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10.

No other details on the chase or the plot of the film have been revealed but it is safe to assume that the Jaguar will be either driven by the film’s villain (rumoured to be legendary Bond baddy Blofeld) played by Christoph Waltz or one of his henchmen including Andrew Scott, as this will fit in with Jaguar’s current advertising campaign which centres around the tagline “It’s good to be bad”.

Jaguar C-X75, Range Rover Sport SVR, Land Rover Defender Big Foot, James Bond 007 Spectre

As well as the Jaguar supercar there will be heavily modified versions of the Range Rover Sport SVR and Land Rover Defender Big Foot featuring in unspecified scenes which have already been filmed in Austria.

It is unclear what the nature of these scenes will be but Jaguar Land Rover says the Defenders feature “37-inch diameter off-road tyres to tackle the extreme terrain” as well as “bespoke suspension systems and enhanced body protection” so you can expect them to be rather rough and tumble.

Whatever these scenes will include, SPECTRE is shaping up to be a very good Bond film indeed. November 6th can’t come soon enough!

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One Response to Jaguar C-X75 supercar to star in new Bond film SPECTRE

  1. I am looking forward to seeing this massively however, orange, as a villains car?? Too obvious and easy to spot for Bond. Apart from that it should be a great film 😀

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