Auction Block: Land Rover Defender SVX ‘Spectre’

Oct 30, 2018

Category: Rides

James Bond drives some truly stunning vehicles. So it’s easy to see why, most of the time, the rides of the villains get overshadowed. That was, however, a complete impossibility when this 2014 Land Rover Defender SVX was on screen. And now this gorgeous SUV could be yours thanks to the folks at RM Sotheby’s.

Also called simply the ‘Spectre Defender,’ this vehicle is one of 10 examples built by Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations to be in the most recent Bond movie. As a standard 110 just wouldn’t do, they upgraded it – including additions such as 37-inch tires, rose joints and Bilstein rally dampers built to Bowler race specifications, a hybrid internal-external roll cage, and boosts to both horsepower and torque. Despite all its upgrades, this monster of a vehicle is still street-legal, has only 14.5 miles on its odometer, comes with filming documentation, and is likely going to fetch a very high price.

Learn More: RM Sotheby's

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