All-New Land Rover Defender Steals The Show In James Bond’s ‘No Time To Die’

by Jatin Chhibber | 22/02/2020
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A recent video from Land Rover on YouTube reveals some crazy stunts performed by the all-new Defender in the upcoming James Bond’s movie ‘No Time To Die.’ These are not the actual shots, which you will see in the movie, when the movie will release in April 2020

The premium SUV manufacturer Land Rover is all-set to initiate deliveries of the all-new Defender in the UK this spring season. The carmaker has already previewed its first TV commercial. A recent video from Land Rover on YouTube reveals some crazy stunts performed by the all-new Defender in the upcoming James Bond’s movie ‘No Time To Die.’ These are not the actual shots, which you will see in the movie, when the movie will release in April 2020. The footage of these stunts is taken for the movie’s chase scene rehearsals. The chase scene looks quite spectacular, where the off-road capabilities of the upcoming Land Rover Defender revealed. 

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In the YouTube video, one can see three Defenders launching into the air, and afterwards doing some extreme jobs like driven at good speeds through swamp and rivers. Overall, 10 Land Rover Defender was used in the production of the movie, in which 7th Defender was built for James Bond. 

Lee Morrison, stunt coordinator, No Time To Die, said: “We pushed the Defender further than we believed possible to generate the maximum excitement, and to give fans an insight into the uncompromising challenge of producing an incredible chase sequence which you can look forward to seeing in "No Time To Die".

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Front look of the Land Rover Defender

The footage of these stunts is taken for the movie’s chase scene rehearsals

Moreover, Nick Collins, Land Rover Defender vehicle director said “We developed a new test standard for Defender, the most challenging we’ve ever had and unique to this vehicle. Physical strength and durability are measured by a number of different tests including a bridge jump test which gave us the confidence to deliver what the stunt team needed to create for No Time To Die, with no modifications to the body structure except the installation of a roll cage.”

It's quite hard to believe that the stock Defender is performing so well. Nick Collins says that no customization has been done to the body of the SUV except the addition of a roll cage.

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