James Bond


Throughout the James Bond series of films and novels Q Branch has given Bond a wide variety of vehicles with which to battle his enemies. Among the most noteworthy gadgets Bond has been equipped with various vehicles that have numerous modifications to include weapons systems, anti-pursuit systems, alternate transportation modes, and various other functions.


Alfa Romeo

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Octopussy Alfa Romeo GTV6 James Bond Bond steals the parked car while its owner uses a pay phone booth and makes haste towards Octopussy's Circus, pursued by two Bavarian BMW police cars.[1]
Quantum of Solace Alfa Romeo 159 Villain[2]
Novel Vehicle Owner Notes
Moonraker Alfa Romeo Supercharged Straight-8[3] Just before the entrance to Leeds Castle in a Car chase from London to Dover

American Motors (AMC)

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
The Man With The Golden Gun AMC Hornet American Motors Car dealership Featured in The Man with the Golden Gun.[4] Bond steals this red 1974 hatchback from an AMC dealership in Bangkok, Thailand. He makes his exit by crashing through the showroom window.[5] unknowing that Sheriff J.W. Pepper was in it looking to test drive it. A Hornet was also used for the famous twisting corkscrew aerial jump that was captured in just one filming sequence.[6] A special modified car performed the stunt with a lower stance and larger wheel wells (just as the Astro Spiral Javelin stunt cars that performed that same jump in AMC sponsored thrill shows) compared to the stock Hornet X model in all of its other appearances in the movie. Seven tests were performed in advance before the one jump performed by an uncredited British stuntman "Bumps" Williard for the film with six (or 8, depending on the source) cameras simultaneously rolling.[7] Two frogmen were positioned in the water, as well as an emergency vehicle and a crane were ready, but not needed. Data and computers at the Cornell University's aeronautics laboratory were used to calculate the stunt and specified 1,460.06 kilograms (3,219 lb) for the weight of car and driver, the exact angles and the 15.86-metre (52 ft) distance between the ramps, as well as the 64.36-kilometre-per-hour (40 mph) launch speed.[8]
AMC Matador coupe Francisco Scaramanga and Nick Nack The featured car in The Man with the Golden Gun.[9] "Bond is foiled by perhaps the best trick a getaway car has ever performed; the Matador transforms into a plane."[10] Francisco Scaramanga and Nick Nack use this 1974 car to kidnap Mary Goodnight and make their escape. In the film, the Matador coupe is converted into a 'car plane' to fly from Bangkok to an island in the China Sea. With the flight tail unit, the complete machine was 9.15 metres (30 ft) long, 12.80 metres (42 ft) wide, and 3.08 metres (10 ft) high and the "flying AMC Matador" was exhibited at auto shows; however, it could only make a 500-metre (1,640 ft) flight so for the film's aerial sequences it was replaced by a meter-long (39-inch) remote controlled model.[8] Transformation of the AMC Matador into a light airplane occurred when wings and flight tail unit were attached to the actual car (that served as the fuselage and landing gear) and a stuntman drove the 'car plane' to a runway at which point the scene cut to the radio-controlled scale model built by John Stears.[7] See Aircraft section below.
AMC Matador sedan Bangkok Police The featured police car in The Man with the Golden Gun.[11] The 1974 Matador used in the chase is a left-hand drive model although Thailand operates with left-hand traffic rules.
Moonraker AMC Concord Drax Industries A 1978 D/L station wagon is seen in Moonraker where Bond and Hugo Drax are pigeon hunting.[12] A Jeep Wagoneer is also featured in this film.
Jeep Wagoneer
A View to a Kill Jeep Cherokee (XJ) Stacy Sutton Featured in A View to a Kill where Stacy Sutton is seen driving home.[13] Another XJ Cherokee (a 1997 export model) is seen in Tomorrow Never Dies in front of Wai Lin's hideout.[14]
License to Kill Jeep CJ-7 Henchman Perez A 1976 Renegade-II is seen in Licence to Kill.[15] It is used by Sanchez's henchman Perez, who fires a FIM-92 Stinger missile at a commandeered oil tanker where Bond does a wheelie (in this scene, Bond crushes the Jeep).
Tomorrow Never Dies Jeep Cherokee (XJ) Wai Lin

Aston Martin

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5[16] James Bond Featured in five films (Goldfinger, Thunderball, GoldenEye, a small appearance in Tomorrow Never Dies, and Casino Royale – to this list can be added The World Is Not Enough, though shots of the DB5 being driven to MI6's Scottish HQ were cut, leaving its only appearance a confusing satellite image at the end of the film[citation needed]). In the novelisation of GoldenEye it is stated that Bond purchased the DB5 as his own personal vehicle, although the 2006 version of Casino Royale, which reboots Bond film continuity, shows Bond winning it in a game of poker in The Bahamas; as such the Casino Royale version of the vehicle is the only one that is not outfitted with special equipment (Brosnan's DB5 is shown to have special features in GoldenEye). The DB5 can also be used in the video games Agent Under Fire and From Russia with Love. The DB5 also made cameo appearances in the comedy film, The Cannonball Run, driven by Roger Moore's character, and in the TV-film The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E., George Lazenby, playing a Bond-like character referred to as "JB", drives a DB5 (with the licence plate "JB"). It also appears in numerous other films in association to Bond including a small cameo in Catch Me If You Can (2002) where the main character purchases one to be like Bond and The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004) in which Geoffrey Rush, playing Peter Sellers, is shown driving one at the time of making Casino Royale, even though in real life that film did not feature the vehicle. A model is currently on display in the International Spy Museum in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

As of August 2008, the Goldfinger DB5 with gadgets is on display at the Jersey Gold Centre (in the Channel Islands) it features the pop out gun barrels behind the front indicators, the bullet shield behind the rear window and a 3-way revolving front number plate showing "GOLD FINGER" or "JB007" or "BMT216A".

On Her Majesty's Secret Service Aston Martin DBS[17] The car was seen in only four scenes, including the pre-credits teaser and as James and Tracy's wedding car. Nothing is known about what kind of gadgets were installed, except that it had a hiding place for a sniper rifle in the glovebox. Obviously — given what happens at the end of that movie — it was not fitted with bulletproof glass. The DBS is glimpsed in the subsequent film, Diamonds Are Forever, parked up in Q Branch back in London when Bond calls Q from Amsterdam.
The Living Daylights Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante A convertible, it is later "winterised" with a hardtop. It comes with all the usual refinements, including extending side outriggers, spike-producing tires, missiles, lasers (an update of the DB5's tyre-slashers), signal-intercepting smart radio, head-up display and rocket propulsion. It could also self-destruct when primed.
GoldenEye Aston Martin DB5 Used in the opening scenes of GoldenEye by James Bond with a champagne holder.
Die Another Day Aston Martin V12 Vanquish[18] The car is equipped with all the usual refinements, including front-firing rockets, hood-mounted target-seeking guns, spike-producing tires, again and a passenger ejector seat in homage to the original Aston Martin DB5, but used here in a clever bit of improvisation by 007 to right the car when it's been flipped onto its roof. The Aston was also equipped with "adaptive camouflage" – a cloaking device that allowed it to become effectively invisible at the push of a button. This vehicle was also featured in the video games Nightfire (2002) and Everything or Nothing (2004).
Casino Royale Aston Martin DBS V12 Featured in the second Casino Royale.[19] No special gadget was visible other than the secret compartments which housed Bond's Walther P99, and an emergency med kit which includes components of an emergency medical link to MI6 HQ, antidotes to various poisons and a small defibrillator. In Quantum of Solace an identical coloured vehicle is all but destroyed after a chase at the beginning of the film in Siena, Italy.
Quantum of Solace
Bamford & Martin 1.5 litre Side Valve 
The Bamford & Martin 1.5 litre Side Valve Short Chassis Tourer was James Bond's first car. He inherited it around Easter 1933 in the first Young Bond novel SilverFin from his uncle Max at the age of thirteen. Bond regularly drove the car, although he was underage, and stored it in a nearby garage while he attended Eton. The car was destroyed in the third Young Bond novel, Double or Die, in December 1933 leading Bond to replace it by purchasing the Bentley Mark IV shortly thereafter in the same novel.
Aston Martin DB Mark III 
Bond drives a DB Mark III, which is referred to as a "DB III" in the novel Goldfinger. The "DB3" was a car designed specifically for racing and is unlikely that Bond would drive one. The DB Mark III is often called the DB III and is more comparable to its description in Fleming's novel. This car was the only gadget-laden vehicle to be mentioned in the original Bond novels, though Fleming generally avoided gadgetry in his books. It included switches to alter the type of color of the front and rear lights, reinforced steel bumpers, a Colt .45 pistol in a trick compartment under the driver's seat, and a homing device similar to the DB5 in the film.


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Quantum of Solace Audi A6
The Living Daylights Audi 200 Avant James Bond
Audi 200 Quattro British Intelligence


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Thunderball Bentley Mark II Continental
From Russia With Love Bentley Mark IV
Novel Vehicle Owner Notes
Moonraker Bentley Mark VI
Role of Honour Bentley Mulsanne Turbo
Bentley Mark IV 
There has never been a Bentley model known as the 'Mark IV'. Not by the 'old' W.O. Bentley firm, or by Rolls-Royce after the takeover of Bentley Motors in 1931. The 'Mark IV' appellation seems to have been a creation by Ian Fleming, and erroneously perpetuated since. Contrary to the films, James Bond's official car in the Ian Fleming novels was a grey 1933 Bentley convertible. The car featured a 4.5 L engine with the Amherst Villiers supercharger. In the novels, no gadgets were installed as this was Bond's personal vehicle that in Casino Royale is mentioned as being a hobby that Bond enjoys working on. Its only armament, in the novels, is a .45 Colt Army Special revolver Bond keeps in the glove compartment. The novel version of the Bentley Mark IV was destroyed during a chase sequence in Moonraker. The Bentley is also the very first Bond vehicle seen in the film series, although it was shown very briefly during Bond's first scene in From Russia with Love and mentioned only in passing in Goldfinger. In From Russia with Love, the only gadget known to be included was a car phone, which in 1963 was very uncommon. The film version of Goldfinger strongly implies that the Bentley was issued to Bond by Q-Branch when he asks Q about the vehicle, only to be told that it had "had its day" and is given the Aston Martin instead.
Note: In Casino Royale Fleming writes that Bond bought the car "almost new" in 1933 and had it stored during the war, which is mentioned in the Young Bond novel Double or Die. In Live and Let Die Fleming states the automobile's year as 1933, however in Moonraker Fleming states it's from 1930. This earlier date is the correct one, as the Bentley 4½ Litre ceased production in 1930.
Bentley Mark VI 
Made in 1953, Bond purchases his second Bentley towards the end of the novel, Moonraker. Like his previous Bentley, the Mark VI is grey with dark blue leather upholstery. After Moonraker this model is never mentioned again.
Bentley Mark II Continental 
This Bentley was featured in the novel Thunderball and is Bond's final Bentley. Bond upgrades the engine from a 4.5 L engine to a 4.9 L. The Mark II was also grey; however, the interior was black leather. The Mark II Continental is last seen in the novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service where Bond upgrades the vehicles once again with an Arnott supercharger controlled by a magnetic clutch. Bond dubs the car "the locomotive".
Bentley Mulsanne Turbo 
Bond purchases a Mulsanne Turbo in John Gardner's Role of Honour. The car is British racing green with magnolia interior. It is outfitted with a long-range telephone and a hidden weapon compartment.


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Octopussy BMW 518i West German police
GoldenEye BMW Z3[20] James Bond
Tomorrow Never Dies BMW 750iL[21]
BMW R1200 motorcycle Stolen Driven by James Bond and Wai Lin with some Range Rovers in pursuit.
The World Is Not Enough BMW Z8 James Bond

Ford Motor Company

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Goldfinger Lincoln Continental Oddjob
Ford Country Squire
Ford Ranchero
Ford Thunderbird Felix Leiter
Ford Mustang Convertible Tilly Masterton
Thunderball Fiona Volpe
Ford Fairlane Skyliner Count Lippe As a punishment for failing to dispose of Bond, Lippe is killed in his Fairlane, which is blown up by villainess Fiona Volpe using rocket launchers mounted on her BSA motorbike.
Ford Thunderbird Emilio Largo
Lincoln Continental James Bond (1965 convertible); Jacques Bouvoir (1964 Lehmann-Peterson limousine)
On Her Majesty's Secret Service Mercury Cougar Tracy Bond
Diamonds Are Forever Ford Mustang Mach 1 Tiffany Case
Ford Econoline Dr. Metz
Ford Thunderbird Mister Wint and Mister Kidd
Ford Custom 500 Las Vegas P.D. squads, security vehicles used by Tectronics, Clark County Sheriff's Department, numerous Las Vegas taxicabs
Ford Galaxie 500 sedan James Bond (copper-plated sedan 007 is sitting in where he meets with Felix where the CIA agents lose Tiffany)
The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 Ford Cortina 2.3 Ghia Stromberg's henchmen
A View to a Kill Ford Bronco Chuck Lee
Ford LTD James Bond (where he tails Stacy driving back to Oakland)
Licence to Kill Mercury Grand Marquis stretched limousine Truman-Lodge
Lincoln Mark VII LSC James Bond
Tomorrow Never Dies Ford Scorpio Elliot Carver's henchmen
Die Another Day Ford Thunderbird Giacinta Jinx Johnson
Ford Fairlane James Bond Ford Fairlane briefly driven by Bond during his visit to Cuba in Die Another Day. A homage to Thunderball where villain Count Lippe drives a 1957 Ford Fairlane Skyliner.
Casino Royale Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Miami Police
Ford Mondeo James Bond
Quantum of Solace Ford Ka Camille, when she picks up 007
Ford Edge (electric model) Dominic Greene, later by James Bond

General Motors

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Dr. No LaSalle hearse Three Blind Mice
Chevrolet Bel Air convertible British embassy in Jamaica the first car driven by 007 in a Bond movie
Chevrolet Impala sedan British embassy in Jamaica
From Russia With Love Chevrolet C30 flatbed truck Rosa Klebb
Diamonds Are Forever Cadillac hearse (Sovereign Landaulet by Superior Coach Corporation) Slumber, Inc.
Live and Let Die Chevrolet Impala James Bond (1963 convertible while in San Monique) / Kananga's henchmen / J.W.Pepper / Louisiana State Police
Chevrolet Nova San Monique Police, Kananga's henchmen in New Orleans
Cadillac Fleetwood "Pimpmobile" Mr. Big
Moonraker Chevrolet Veraneio ambulance Hugo Drax
A View to a Kill Chevrolet Corvette C4 Pola Ivanova
Cadillac Fleetwood 75 limousine Henchmen of Max Zorin
The Living Daylights GMC Vandura Ambulance
Licence to Kill Chevrolet Caprice Fallon (MI6 agent seen after Bond's capture by Hong Kong Narcotics)
Tomorrow never dies Opel Senator Carver´s Henchman


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Casino Royale Lotus Formula 3 Evelyn Tremble
The Spy Who Loved Me Lotus Esprit S1 James Bond
For Your Eyes Only Lotus Esprit Turbo


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Goldfinger Mercedes-Benz 180 Goldfinger's henchmen
On Her Majesty's Secret Service Mercedes 220S Blofeld's henchmen
Mercedes-Benz 600 Blofeld
For Your Eyes Only Mercedes 280SE Emile Locque
Octopussy Mercedes 250SE Soviet Army
The Living Daylights Mercedes-Benz W111 Pushkin's motorcade
The Man With The Golden Gun Mercedes-Benz W115 White UK version
GoldenEye Mercedes W140 French Navy
Tomorrow Never Dies 2 Mercedes W126s Elliot Carver's henchmen


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
From Russia with Love Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith[22] Kerim Bey
Goldfinger 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Auric Goldfinger chassis no. 3BU168; Barker sedanca de ville
On Her Majesty's Secret Service Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow[23] Marc-Ange Draco
Moonraker Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II Manuela
For Your Eyes Only Aristotle Kristatos
Octopussy Rolls-Royce Phantom III Kamal Khan
The Man With The Golden Gun Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Peninsula Hotel
Licence to Kill James Bond
The World Is Not Enough Valentin Zukovsky
A View to a Kill Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II Sir Godfrey Tibbet


Novel Vehicle Owner Notes
The Man from Barbarossa Saab 900 TURBO Bond's vehicle of choice in many of the John Gardner Bond novels, beginning with Licence Renewed. Dubbed, "Silver Beast",[24] it is Bond's private vehicle modified by the real-life company Communication Control Systems, Ltd. (CCS) (now called Security Intelligence Technology Group[25]). He also rents a SAAB 9000 CD in Nobody Lives for Ever (1986) and No Deals, Mr. Bond (1987).
Never Send Flowers

Other passenger cars

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
From Russia With Love Citroën 11 Legere KGB Bulgarians
For Your Eyes Only Citroën 2CV Melina Havelock A car belonging to Havelock. The car used in the movie was allegedly fitted with a Citroën GS 4-cylinder boxer engine (in place of the standard 2-cylinder boxer), to make it able to outrun the two Peugeot 504s in pursuit.[citation needed]
License to Kill Maserati Biturbo limousine Franz Sanchez
GoldenEye ZAZ General Ourumov
GoldenEye ZAZ-965 (probably Puch 500) Jack Wade, CIA agent with "Rose" tattoo
Tomorrow Never Dies Daimler Limousine MI6
Die Another Day Jaguar XKR Zao
Casino Royale Daimler Limousine Hotel Splendide
Casino Royale Jaguar XJ8 Le Chiffre
Casino Royale Jaguar XJ8 Mr. White
Octopussy Brown Range Rover Classic 2dr Convertible James Bond
Quantum of Solace Jaguar XJ8 Dominic Greene
Quantum of Solace Volvo S40T5[citation needed] James Bond
Ferrari F355 GTS
Featured in GoldenEye. Xenia Onatopp playfully races James Bond in his Aston Martin DB5 by chance on the mountain roads behind Monte Carlo in this vehicle, which is later revealed to have false French registration plates, hinting that it may be stolen.
Honda ATV vehicle
Featured in Diamonds Are Forever. Bond commandeers an all-terrain vehicle after he ditches the moon buggy.
1974 MGB 
Featured in The Man With The Golden Gun, This tan MGB is owned by Hong Kong's MI6 agent Mary Goodnight. She & Bond follow Andrea Anders in her dark green Rolls-Royce; they end up at the Peninsula Hotel where Bond discovers that they have a fleet of dark green Rolls-Royces.
Peugeot 504 
2 Peugeot 504s featured in For Your Eyes Only, used by Hector Gonzales' henchmen to chase Bond and Melina driving with Citroën 2CV.
A custom black Studebaker convertible with a Cadillac engine, plus special transmission, brakes and rear axle, owned by Felix Leiter in the novel Diamonds Are Forever. The combination of the aerodynamic Raymond Loewy designed body with the powerful Cadillac engine made it into a remarkable sports car. Studillacs were not fictional, but actually built by a Long Island, NY company called Bill Frick Motors from 1953 Studebaker Starlight bodies.
Sunbeam Alpine Series II Sports
Featured in Dr. No. Bond drives to Miss Taro's home in the Blue Mountains; he is pursued by Dr. No's thugs driving a LaSalle hearse. It is a Lake Blue example that was owned by a local resident in Jamaica where the scenes were filmed. In the novel Dr. No, Bond drives the car that formerly belonged to Commander Strangways, the murdered agent in Kingston. It is also driven by Quarrel.
Toyota 2000GT convertible
Featured in You Only Live Twice. Owned by Aki. Toyota built two convertibles especially for the film. One is displayed at Toyota's headquarters today while the other is currently not known.[citation needed]
Toyota Crown 
Osato's hitmen were seen in a Crown; this was the car which was picked up using an electromagnet on a CH-47 helicopter, later dumped into Tokyo Bay.
Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S 
This vehicle, Mazda's first rotary-powered car, was briefly seen in You Only Live Twice.
Mini Moke 
Featured briefly in Live and Let Die and later in The Spy Who Loved Me. In Live and Let Die, Bond and Rosie use this vehicle to drive to the harbour to meet Quarrel Jr. In Spy, the crew of the Liparus supertanker use a Mini Moke in their defence against a break out by the submarine crews. Also seen in Moonraker where Bond and Dr. Goodhead are hiding in a trailer (prior to boarding Moonraker 6 as pilots) after escaping from an air vent during Moonraker 5's launch.
Auto rickshaw 
Featured in Octopussy. Two of these basic auto rickshaws are used in a chase sequence through the streets of Udaipur — Bond and fellow MI6 agent Vijay being in one, with Gobinda and his henchmen in the pursuing vehicle. It is insinuated that the auto rickshaw driven by Vijay has been modified by MI6 as the tone of the engine becomes more like a motorcycle and Vijay performs a wheelie, exclaiming "This is a company car!"
Renault 11 Taxi
Featured in A View to a Kill, Bond commandeers this car and takes it on a pursuit through Paris. During the pursuit the car has its roof chopped off and then later the entire back half of the car is ripped off.
Triumph Stag 
In Diamonds Are Forever, Connery is seen early in the movie driving a yellow Stag to Amsterdam, while posing as diamond smuggler Peter Franks.
1939 Cord (Model 810)
In Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die, Bond takes the car from Felix Leiter after he is injured and drives it down to the docks to get into the wild shootout with the Robber. Although this is improbable, as Cord marque folded in 1937.
Dodge Diplomat 
Featured in A View To A Kill as a San Francisco P.D. patrol car. A few late 1970s Dodge Monacos were seen, along with a Plymouth Volaré seen outside San Francisco City Hall. Late 1980s Diplomats were also featured in Licence to Kill as the squad cars in Key West, Florida (some may have been identical Plymouth Gran Furys).
Late 1980s Dodge Ram 150 pickup truck
Seen in Licence To Kill during the tanker pursuit scene.
1964 Dodge Polara 
seen in You Only Live Twice as a getaway vehicle after Henderson is stabbed by a hitman.
Porsche Cayenne 
The Cayenne Turbo featured as secondary vehicle for all-terrain conditions in the computer game Everything or Nothing which is available on several games consoles.
Range Rover Sport 
Featured in Casino Royale, Bond purposely crashes it in a hotel parking lot to serve as a distraction. A black version of the Range Rover Vogue is one of the cars used by Le Chiffre's henchmen.

Other vehicles

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
Live and Let Die AEC Regent RT-type double-decker bus James Bond and Solitaire
Diamonds Are Forever Moon buggy Whyte Industries
Thunderball BSA Lightning motorcycle
The Spy Who Loved Me 1976 Leyland Sherpa Jaws
Kawasaki Z900 Stromberg henchman
For Your Eyes Only GP Beach Buggy Aristotle Kristatos' henchmen
Yamaha 500 XT Erich Kriegler
A View to a Kill American LaFrance ladder truck San Francisco Fire Department
The Living Daylights Panhard AML Soviet Air Force
VAB AFV General Koskov
Licence to Kill Kenworth W500B Franz Sanchez
GoldenEye T-55M5 Russian Reserve Army, Leningrad Military District
Casino Royale New Holland tractor
International 4900


Film Vehicle Owner Notes
From Russia With Love Orient Express (Istanbul - Venice) TCDD/SNCF
You Only Live Twice Tanaka's underground train in Tokyo Tiger Tanaka
From Russia With Love BOB ABDeh 4/4 (Interlaken – Zweilütschinen - Lauterbrunnen) BOB
Live And Let Die Underground monorail on San Monique Kananga
Live And Let Die Sleeping train with diesel locomotive (probably from New Orleans to New York) Unknown
The Spy who Loved Me Train from Cairo, Egypt to Sardinia Unknown
Octopussy Steam locomotive 62 015 at Octopussy's Circus Train DR/Octopussy
A View to a Kill Mine Train Max Zorin
The Living Daylights Vienna tram Wiener Linien
GoldenEye Armoured ICBM Train (intercontinental ballistic missile) Alec Trevelyan
Casino Royale (2006) Pendolino CD-serie 680 CD


Film Aircraft Owner Notes
From Russia With Love Hiller UH -12 "Raven" helicopter Rosa Klebb
Goldfinger Lockheed JetStar[26] Auric Goldfinger
Helicopter with Atomic Bomb Hiller 12E4 Auric Goldfinger - and still flying today in the UK (G-ASAZ)
Aviation Traders Carvair British United Air Ferries
Thunderball Avro Vulcan[27] RAF
SAR Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress CIA
You Only Live Twice 'Little Nellie'/Wallis WA-116 Series 1 gyroplane[28] James Bond
Space Capsule USSR, NASA
Kawasaki KV-107II Tiger Tanaka
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Tiger Tanaka
Lockheed Hercules Japanese Navy (seen deploying life rafts after the SPECTRE lair is destroyed)
The Man with the Golden Gun Republic RC-3 Seabee James Bond
AMC MatadorFlying car Francisco Scaramanga
Moonraker Handley Page Jetstream Jaws
Space Shuttle Hugo Drax
Lockheed L-188 Electra Hugo Drax/Drax Air Freight
Boeing/Lockheed OV-101 - Space Shuttle Enterprise NASA/United States Space Marine Force
Boeing 747 - Space Shuttle Carrier NASA
For your eyes only Bell 206 JetRanger MI6
PZL Mi-2 General Gogol
Octopussy Acrostar Jet[29] James Bond
Beechcraft 'Twin Beech' Kamal Khan
Hot Air Balloon MI6 - Q Branch
A View To A Kill Blimp Max Zorin
The Living Daylights British Aerospace Harrier T.10 MI6
Lockheed Hercules M
Gen. Koskov
GoldenEye Eurocopter Tiger French Navy
Mikoyan MiG-29 Russian Air Force
Pilatus PC-6 Russian chemical producers
Tomorrow Never Dies Aero L-39 Albatros Central Asian terrorists
Die Another Day Switchblades - PHASST (Programmable High Altitude Single Soldier Transport)[30] US Military
Antonov An-124 on the outside, Ilyushin Il-76 when they're in the plane North Korea
Quantum of Solace Douglas DC-3 Unnamed Bolivian civilian
Bell Rocket Belt 
Featured in Thunderball. A rocket pack based on the Bell Jet belt.

Bell helicopters had previously been seen in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Spy Who Loved Me, and Moonraker.

Skyfleet S570 
A "prototype" plane featured in Casino Royale, actually a Boeing 747-200 originally used by British Airways as "G-BDXJ", but retired after flying for AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines. It was refitted with two mockup engines on each inner pylon and external fuel tanks on the outer pylons, somewhat anachronistically resembling a B-52 Stratofortress.[31]

Marine vehicles

Film Vehicle Owner Notes
From Russia With Love Speedboat Red Grant (later James Bond and Tatiana Romanova)
Thunderball Disco Volante Emilio Largo
You Only Live Twice Ning Po Cargo Ship Osato Chemicals/SPECTRE
Unidentified British Submarine Royal Navy/MI6
Unidentified British Destroyer Royal Navy
Live and Let Die Glastron GT-150 Dr. Kananga
The Spy Who Loved Me Speedboat Stromberg Shipping Lines
SS Liparus Oil Tanker Stromberg Shipping Lines
Lotus Esprit S2 – "Wet Nellie" submarine Q-Branch/James Bond
Submarines Soviet, British, and American Governments
HMS Fearless Royal Navy
Moonraker Gondola-hovercraft[32] Q-Branch/James Bond
Q's Hydrofoil Boat Q-Branch/James Bond
For Your Eyes Only HMS St. Georges MI6 Intelligence Surveillance Ship
SS Colombina Milos Columbo
Unidentified Yacht Timothy Havelock, later Melina Havelock
Mini Sub MI6/Q-Branch/James Bond
Octopussy Alligator Boat Q-Branch/James Bond
A View To A Kill Iceberg MI6
Licence to Kill SS Wavekrest Milton Krest
Sentinel Mini Sub Milton Krest
GoldenEye Unidentified Frigate French Navy
Tomorrow Never Dies Sea Shadow Elliot Carver
HMS Devonshire Royal Navy
HMS Bedford Royal Navy
The World is Not Enough Q's Retirement Recreational Boat James Bond
Unidentified Russian Victor III class submarine Russian Navy




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