Land Rover Defender V8 James Bond Edition is here to celebrate the 25th James Bond film, No Time To Die, which is going to be in cinemas this September 30.
It is specially built in the 110 body style for the U.S., and the UK automaker has earmarked 15 models for them. available 90 and 110 body styles.
Land Rover Defender V8 is inspired by the upcoming Bond film ‘No Time to Die’, This bond edition Defender will produce only 300 units.
The film will be in cinemas by September 30, 2021, in the UK through Universal Pictures International.
It will be released in the US by October 8, 2021, from Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) via the United Artists Releasing banner.
Land Rover included the Extended Black Pack that consisted of 22-inch Gloss Black alloy wheels, signature Xenon Blue front brake calipers, and a ‘Defender 007’ rear badge.
The attractive feature is that the interior of the car is designed with the Pivi Pro infotainment system touchscreen and has been exclusively designed to display a special start-up animation that honors Land Rover’s collaboration with the James Bond franchise.
The car is a limited edition of 300 units.
Finbar McFall, Land Rover Brand Director said that “The Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Edition is an exclusive take on the most powerful production Defender ever made, inspired by vehicles on-screen in No Time To Die. It represents a meeting of two great British brands and is a unique celebration of Land Rover’s 38-year association with James Bond”.
This SUV is powered by a 5.0-litre supercharged petrol engine that has the potential to produce 386 kW of maximum power, and 625 Nm of torque.
It is an eight-speed automatic gearbox transmission and the new Bond Edition will only be available in 5.0-liter V-8 supercharged engine.
The car has the potential to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 5.2 s Top speed of the car is 240 km/h.
This particular model is priced at £105,395 for the 90 and £108,040 for the 110.
In the United States, Land Rover is only offering the Defender 110 body style. Prices starts from $114,600