Daniel Craig get chased by two Range Rover Sport SVRs while driving a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado SUV in James Bond’s No Time To Die film.
The Range Rover Sport SVR is one of several high-performance models that will star in the new James Bond film.
Other are four Aston Martin models, including DB5, Valhalla, DBS Superleggera and a V8 Vantage, as well as a Land Rover Defender.
Land Rover has offered a behind-the-scenes look at the two Range Rover Sport SVR models used throughout the shooting of James Bond’s No Time To Die, ahead of its release at the cinemas on September 30.
A clip shared on Land Rover’s YouTube page showed Daniel Craig being pursued by two Range Rover Sport SVRs while the M16 agent was driving a matching Toyota Land Cruiser Prado SUV.
Stunt coordinator Lee Morrison said in a statement that the Range Rover Sport SVR models used for the pursuit were the perfect chase vehicles for an off-roading sequence. He noted that all the stunts are real and not Computer-generated imageries (CGI’s).
“I was really keen to shoot a Bond chase sequence off-road, in a really challenging environment and the Range Rover Sport SVR was the perfect choice for this part of the story,”
“We shoot everything for real so we’ve pushed it to the absolute maximum and the pursuit promises to be one of the memorable set-piece moments of the film.”
The pair of Range Rover Sport SVR models are finished in Eiger Grey and rides on 22-inch Narvik Black alloy wheels and the optional Carbon Park.
The Tata-owned British luxury car notes that the Range Rover Sport SVRs used in the No Time To Die features the same specially-tuned suspension system as the production model.
The Range Rover Sport SVR is one of several models that will star in the new James Bond film. Others are 1965 Aston Martin DB5, Aston Martin Valhalla, Land Rover Defender, Aston Martin DBS Superleggera and a V8 Vantage.