After 50 years of debuting an Aston Martin model in the Sean Connery starrer Goldfinger, James Bond arrangement will at long last become environmentally viable with its portability alternatives. This time, the Aston Martin that will be found in the whole new avatar with next generation Aston Martin which will be an electric one!
In the event that ongoing reports are to be trusted, James Bond will be seen driving a £25,000 (Rs 19.6 Lakh) electric vehicle in the following James Bond motion picture. Clearly, Director Cary Joji Fukunaga, 41 has been the one behind the choice to make strides toward environmental friendliness.
The vehicle to be utilized for this will be a restricted version Aston Martin Rapide E, the primary ever electric vehicle by the British car producer. ‘He [Fukunaga] is working specifically with Aston Martin to get one of their electric autos prepared for its big close-up’, mentions the report.
James Bond 007 will switch from a wailing V12 to a silent electric car, reports British newspaper The Sun. The change was reportedly spearheaded by the director of the upcoming 007 film, Cary Joji Fukunaga. An anonymous source familiar with the matter told the paper that he was a “total tree hugger.”
To date, the title of the motion picture is required to be ‘Shatterhand’. With its shoot starting one month from now, the James Bond motion picture will hit the screens in 2020. With one of the 155 exceptional vehicles due to be utilized in the following film, the choice may end up being a mark move for the arrangement, conveying a solid word for the desperate need of changing to electric vehicles to spare our climate and world.