‘No Time to Die’ trailer features Aston Martins, Maserati and Land Rover – Robb Report


No one could escape Covid-19 unaffected, not even James Bond. But Agent 007 is finally ready to make a comeback in No time to die this November. And a new trailer shows that the spy, played for the fifth time by Daniel Craig, hasn’t lost a step, especially while behind the wheel.MGM released a promotional clip for the 25th episode of the decades-old franchise on Wednesday, and it describes the MI6 agent doing what he does best: wreak havoc and save the world. Of course, you can’t have a Bond movie without a bevy of jaw-dropping cars, and the latest trailer hints that there will be plenty, including the iconic Aston Martin DB5 and the upcoming hybrid hypercar. Valhalla from the automaker.

We already knew that at least four Aston Martins – the DB5, V8 Vantage, DBS Superleggera and Valhalla – would show up in No time to die, and of course, each of them makes an appearance in the new location. The DB5 of course plays a leading role, which can be seen fairing around a European square, letting bullets shoot out from its hidden machine guns. The two newer vehicles, the DBS Superleggera and the Valhalla, make somewhat quieter entrances, especially the latter which can be seen shrouded in darkness behind Ralph Fiennes’ M as he checks his phone. , no doubt waiting for an annoying SMS from his subordinate.

Of course, there are also vehicles from other brands in the trailer. Most importantly is the new Land Rover Defender, a fleet of which may be chasing Bond through some action-packed forest scenes. Less expected, however, is an appearance of the angular Maserati Quattroporte IV. The powerful car, which was produced between 1993 and 2001, can be seen trying to run over the spy when the trailer opens. It is unlikely that anyone saw this car from the 90s play a part in No time to die, but its presence is sure to please fans of the Italian manufacturer.

Maserati Quattroporte IV


Since this trailer is only a few minutes long, we’re willing to bet there will be some more cars to see when No time to die finally arrives in theaters. The film, which was originally slated for release in April, is slated to hit US theaters on November 20.


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