The 2022 Jaguar XF premium sedan debuts in James Bond blockbuster “No Time To Die’.
The Jaguar XF will showcase its exceptional capabilities and dynamics in a thrilling pursuit scene in the new James Bond movie “No Time to Die”. The 25th Bond film is now hitting the big screen.
The XF pursues 007 on the streets of an ancient Italian city in the new 25th James Bond movie.
Two XFs chase James Bond racing through the narrow, winding streets of the ancient town of Matera in southern Italy. Squares, paved bridge staircase – in general, it will take your breath away. The 2022 Jaguar XF overcomes all of these challenging surfaces with its all-wheel-drive system with Intelligent Transmission Dynamics. While the villains from “No Time to Die” are behind the wheel of the sedans, they demonstrate that there are no streets that are too narrow or too tight for the AWD XF.
Anna Gallagher, Jaguar brand director:
The Jaguar XF is a car designed to tackle any journey with an unrivalled balance of luxury, comfort and refinement. Whether it’s a high-speed pursuit through twisting streets and piazzas of Matera where the car filmed it’s No Time To Die chase sequences, or the bustling streets of London – the XF really is a car for every
Mitch Evans and Lynn Jung took part in the filming on the streets of London
Jaguar Racing’s New Zealand racing driver Mitch Evans who competes in Formula E, and sportswoman Lynn Jung took part in the filming of the Jaguar XF on the streets of London, especially by the premiere.
They starred in a video in which Evans is rushing to the presentation of the movie, passing the most iconic sights of London.
In addition to the historical sites of the British capital, iconic cars from the James Bond films appear in the video. Among them, admirers of the adventures of agent 007 will see the XF from the movie “No Time to Die” pierced by bullets, as well as famous models of the brand from previous films, in particular the Jaguar C-X75 from the movie “007 Specter” (2015) and the Jaguar XKR convertible from “Die Another Day ”(2002).