The new Land Rover Defender 110 performing in extreme off-road conditions and tested to the extremes in No Time To Die filming. Stunt Co-ordinator Lee Morrison and stunt driver Jess Hawkins give insight into creating No Time To Die’s spectacular car chase sequences.
Lee Morrison, said: "Designing and co-ordinating the action sequences for the Bond franchise requires a non-compromising mindset. We needed an unstoppable vehicle to help us battle against the elements, steep descents and river crossings so we chose the new Defender. I'm beyond impressed that the Defender is not only back but much, much better!"
The New Defender provides ground clearance of 291mm and world-class off-road geometry, giving the Defender 110 approach, breakover and departure angles of 38, 28 and 40 degrees (Off Road height) respectively. Its maximum wading depth of 900mm is supported by a new Wade programme in the Terrain Response 2 system, so drivers can ford deep water with complete confidence. You will also see Range Rover Sport SVR, Land Rover Series III and Range Rover Classic staring in the 25th official James Bond film with is due on screen in April 2020.
31st of January 2020