Nobody does it badder: James Bond villain cars revealed for new movie

In 2015 we’ll see the release of the latest release from the James Bond movie franchise, called Spectre. We’re sure the villains of Blofeld’s evil organisation SPECTRE will have done something awfully naughty for 007 to feel the need to get involved, but judging by their taste in cars, they can’t be all bad…

That’s because they have enlisted the help of Jaguar/Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations to foil Bond’s Aston Martin DB10. SVO build bespoke models for clients who feel the regular range models aren’t unique enough for them, and they’ve gone to town for the three villainous vehicles of the latest blockbuster.

Two Land Rovers feature, in the form of A Range Rover Sport SVR and a Defender that has been dubbed the “Big Foot”. Both feature a much more aggressive look than standard: huge light bars are mounted on the roof, chunkier looking bumpers feature at the front and – in the case of the Defender – huge 37-inch off-road tyres and beefed-up suspension complete the transformation. Both are finished in an evil-looking black paint job, and we imagine an arsenal to intimidate a small nation.

The star of the show will undoubtedly be the beautiful Jaguar C-X75. Built in collaboration with the Williams Formula 1 team, the C-X75 was the British firm’s answer to the McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 hypercars, although the Jag sadly never reached production. Producing somewhere in the region of 900 horsepower courtesy of a 500hp 1.6-litre turbo and two 200hp electric motors, James will hopefully have been honing his driving skills if he wants to save the world again…

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