James Bond car auction raises over 406,000 euros for charities

By Redacção, 3 months ago at Novelties

The Defender, Range Rover and Jaguar vehicles used in the action scenes of the latest secret agent 007 movie, 'No Time to Die', were auctioned for the 60th anniversary of the James Bond movie saga, and helped raise 352,800 pounds, around 406,440 euros, for charities

The two Defender and the Range Rover Sport SVR quickly found a new owner following the Defender 110 auction, famous for its off-road action scenes, in the most recent movie by the well-known secret agent, and was sold for an impressive price of 189,000 pounds, 217,733 euros, than Cruz British Red will use it in its humanitarian activity.

A Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition, a version created by the SV Bespoke team inspired by the Defender specifications of 'No Time to Die', reached the value of 163,800 pounds (188,649€). The amount raised will be given to the Tusk charity, which contributes to the conservation of endangered species in Africa.

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