If you are a big fan of Bonds, then you will definitely be interested in the limited edition Defender Bond Edition. Only 300 pieces will be created for the whole world.
specialtca Land Rover Defender V8 Bond issue created as appreciation of the 25th bond No time to die. The edition, limited to just 300 pieces, is produced by the Special Vehicle Operations division and can be purchased in both short and long versions. The cap differs from the classic “deficit” in several details.
The version is revealed, for example, with glossy black 22-inch wheels specified or Xenon Blue front calipers. The mark 007 is located on the trunk lid, the same symbol can also be found on the door sills and on the floor where it is displayed after the car is unlocked. There is a laser engraving in the cabin that reveals the number of parts produced, and last but not least, a specific welcome message on the display of the multimedia system will convince you of the exoticism of this model.
Under the hood, the Bond version doesn’t bring any innovations, which basically doesn’t matter. The car is powered by a five-liter eight-cylinder engine with a power of 386 kW and a torque of 625 Nm. The unit is combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission and, of course, all-wheel drive. It’s the fastest cannon on offer, it’s 100 in 5.2 seconds and can run at 240 km/h.
You can go to cinemas to see No Time to Die itself from September 30th. Bond leaves active duty to enjoy a quiet life in Jamaica. However, the rest does not last long, as his old friend from the CIA seems to be asking for help. However, the task of saving a kidnapped scientist is much more difficult than it originally seemed. The movie’s official description announces that in just over two and a half hours, we’ll have a good load of action. So, will you leave?
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