Land Rover has announced that a quartet of stunt cars from the latest instalment of the blockbuster James Bond film series — No Time to Die — is going to auction. The invitation-only charity auction, which will be held at Christie’s in London on 28 September, will feature a Defender 110, Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition, Range Rover Sport SVR and Jaguar XF. 

No Time to Die

Expected to reach an estimated price of between £300 000 (R6 016 401) and £500 000 (R10 022 830.65), the stunt Defender 110 (VIN 007) is one of ten used during filming. It was also used in promotional activity ahead of the film’s release. The proceeds of this model will go to the British Red Cross. 

Created by SV Bespoke, the Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition will go under the hammer for an estimated £200 000 (R4 007 749.80) to £300 000 (R6 016 401). This is one of only 300 units worldwide, including five in South Africa. This version has a unique “60 Years of Bond” logo on the instrument panel end cap. Proceeds from this Defender will go to conservation charity Tusk. 

No Time to Die

The Range Rover Sport SVR stunt car is expected to fetch between £80 000 (R1 604 123.20) and £120 000 (R2 406 184.80). In No Time to Die, this car starred in a high-speed, all-terrain car chase. Watch one of the Range Rover SVRs, which starred in the movie, stunt scene here.

Chosen by the No Time to Die stunt team as the “perfect” chase car, a Jaguar XF is also on offer. This model is expected to fetch an estimated price of £50 000 (R1 004 159.23) to £70 000 (R1 405 822.92). 

“Defender, Range Rover and Jaguar were in the thick of the action in No Time To Die. Each car represents a unique piece of James Bond history that we’re sure collectors will be keen to own, and we are delighted to support our charity partners through their sale,” said Nick Collins, executive director of vehicle programmes at Jaguar Land Rover.