This Range Rover Sport SVR was actually totalled in a 'No Time to Die' Bond stunt
There's no CGI work in this 007 movie stunt
Unlike many modern action movies, big car stunts tend to be done with CGI because it is often more cost-effective and more impressive things can be done. However, no CGI work is used in the upcoming 'No Time to Die' James Bond movie.
In this particular stunt, the producers decided to actually wreck a Range Rover Sport SVR because it was more authentic and looked the part. In the scene, Bond is driving a Toyota Land Cruiser and is initially chased by two Range Rover Sport SVRs. This bit of argie-bargie resulted in one of the British SUVs flying off the road in a dramatic fashion.
To make the driving more dramatic, a lot of the SUV's safety assists were switched off, enabling it to slide around corners which resulted in some very impressive shots.
Both Range Rover SVRs used in the film are finished in Eiger Grey and fitted with 22-inch gloss black alloy wheels along with the optional carbon fibre pack.
However, these are just a couple of the amazing cars featured in the new James Bond film, coming to cinemas on October 8th.