On the occasion of the launch of No Time to Die and to celebrate Agent 007’s 60th anniversary, the most iconic vehicles from the film were on display.
James Bond premiered the 25th agent 007 film with No time to die in a few days, again starring Daniel Craig and breaking the record for longest film in the saga at 2 hours 43 minutes.
To celebrate James Bond’s 60th birthday as well as the release of his latest film, EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation have partnered with the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to present a new exhibition they call “Bond in Motion”.
In “Bond in Motion” we’ll see the largest collection of vehicles from the James Bond films ever made in the United States on display. When it comes to action and romp, there’s no one better than a character created by writer Ian Fleming to put himself in the control of the vehicle he needed.
The exhibit features more than 30 James Bond vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, helicopters, airplanes, and even some submarines, and we’ll all recognize them from seeing them on screen.
We leave you with an image gallery containing a selection of the 18 vehicles at the show:
The following is a gallery order, here is a selection of 18 vehicles that we can see in the photo: Aston Martin DB5, Hiller UH 12C Helicopter, Lockheed JetStar, Underwater Tow Sled, Mercury Cougar XR7, Bath-O-Sub, Honda ATC 90, Speedboat Glastron GT 150 , Lotus Esprit, AMC Hornet, WetBike, Submarine Neptune, Taxi Tuk-Tuk, Cessna 172 Skyhawk, Motorcycle Cagiva W16 600.
“Bond in Motion” at the Petersen Automotive Museum, opens today September 25, and will be available until October 20, 2022, so you have a full year to organize your trip to Los Angeles.
Pound for pound and pedal for pedal, no movie character in history has done more vehicular chaos action than James Bond. With 25 official films in the 007 series, even modern heavyweights like the “Fast and the Furious” franchise can’t compete with friendly secret agent Ian Fleming when it comes to burning rubber and crashing cars. And most of the time, Bond’s antics behind the wheel have been accomplished without the help of the CGI cartoons that increasingly rely on automotive action films.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the James Bond series and the release of “No Time To Die,” EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation have partnered with the Petersen largest official to date in the United States. Featuring more than 30 used sail cars, motorcycles, helicopters, airplanes, and even several submarines, the show opens to the public on September 25 and will run until October 20, 2022. The large collection features cars from nearly every film in the historic franchise, including The following 18 vehicles are sure to please longtime Bond fans. Here’s a preview of what you’ll find inside.
No Bond exhibition is complete without the iconic 007 Aston Martin DB5, and the one on display at the Petersen Museum is absolutely gorgeous. First introduced on the 1964 classic “Goldfinger,” and loaded with gadgets like a front-end machine gun, rotating license plate, retractable tire cutter, and of course the ejector seat, this car has epitomized Bond elegance and style. The DB5 featured in this exhibition appeared on screen in “GoldenEye,” “Tomorrow Never Dies,” “Skyfall,” “Spectre,” and “No Time to Die.”
Before you enter the Petersen Museum, be sure to spot the flashy yellow helicopter located just outside the front entrance. Featured on screen in the 1963 masterpiece “From Russia With Love,” it is one of the oldest Bond vehicles known to exist. In the film, two SPECTER assassins use a deadly whirlybird to hunt down 007 and defect from Russian agent Tatiana Romanova (played by Daniela Bianchi) from the air in a scene inspired by Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest”.
Resembling the four-wheeled version of the royal silver starship Queen Amidala from “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace,” the gleaming DB10 James Bond two-door coupé was designed by Aston Martin specifically for use in “Spectre,” and remains one of the rarest of cars. ever made.As usual – a mock-up seat.practical tor.
To put it mildly, Pierce Brosnan’s final Bond film “Die Another Day” wasn’t without its flaws, but a bright green Jaguar driven by diamond-studded henchman Zao is definitely not one of them. Packed with a host of weapons, including a massive rear-seat-mounted gatling gun, rear mortal launcher, and deadly missiles hidden in the front grille, this four-wheeled marvel is one of the coolest vehicles to ever hit screen. Jaguar provided filmmakers with eight versions of the car to complete the film’s showstopping chase scene.