Can You Name All of These James Bond Cars from an Image?

By: Jacqueline Samaroo
Image: Youtube via jgrimmy1

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"The name is Bond, James Bond."

The skilled and suave MI6 agent James Bond is probably best known or four things: gadgets, guns, girls ... and gearboxes! In fact, the cars that James Bond drives are probably some of the most iconic things about the movies themselves. The James Bond film franchise is notable for being, without a doubt, one of the highest grossing film series of all time - coming in fourth behind only the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, and the Wizarding World (Harry Potter). It is also notable for being one of the longest-running film series in the world, with ongoing production from 1962; with Dr. No, to present day; with films like Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015) being released in the last decade. 

Throughout all of these years, there have been over two dozen films featuring the skilled British super spy; with six actors portraying him in the films by Eon Productions. As a result of these decades of James Bond productions, there are dozens of iconic vehicles that have been driven by James Bond, his enemies, or his allies! So, are you ready to go undercover? Then let's test your knowledge of Bond cars with this quiz!

The Mercury Cougar appeared in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. The Mercury Cougar is driven by Tracy onto a beach where she attempts suicide and later in the movie to help Bond escape from Blofeld’s henchmen.

The Chevrolet Bel Air appeared in Dr. No. The Chevrolet Bel Air is notable for being the very first car that is driven by 007 in a Bond movie.

The Aston Martin DB5 appeared in Goldfinger, Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Casino Royale, Skyfall and Spectre. The Aston Martin DB5 is notable for being the most iconic James Bond car.

The Renault 11 appeared in A View to a Kill as a taxi. The Renault 11 was a taxi that James Bond took on a chase scene through Paris; it had its roof and back end ripped off during the scene.

The Aston Martin V12 Vanquish appeared in Die Another Day. In this movie, the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish was equipped with a wide array of features, including: two machine guns, hood-mounted target-seeking shotguns, spike-producing tires, front-firing rockets and a cloaking device.

The Aston Martin DBS appeared in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. It was featured in only four scenes in the movie but was pivotal in the finale of the film.

The Audi 200 Quattro appeared in The Living Daylights. The Audi 200 Quattro was used by General Koskov in his defection and escape from Austria.

The Ford GT40 appeared in Die Another Day. It was featured in Colonel Moon’s car collection among an assortment of cars from Lamborghini, Ferrari and Porsche.

The Alfa Romeo GTV6 appeared in Octopussy. The car is stolen by James Bond (while its owner uses a pay phone) so that he can quickly make his way to Octopussy's Circus while being pursued by two police cars

The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II appeared in The World Is Not Enough and Licence to Kill. In Licence to Kill, it was used by Q to chauffeur Bond to Isthmus City.

The Mercedes-Benz 250SE appeared in Octopussy. The Mercedes-Benz 250SE was General Orlov’s car that Bond stole and drove to chase after Octopussy’s train.

The AMC Hornet appeared in The Man with the Golden Gun. Bond steals it from an AMC dealership in Bangkok and makes his exit by crashing through the showroom window.

The Bentley Mark IV appeared in From Russia With Love. It is shown during Bond’s riverside picnic with Sylvia Trench, where he uses the car phone to call Moneypenny.

The Dodge Monaco appeared in A View to a Kill. While James Bond made his way through San Francisco in a stolen fire truck, the SFPD gave chase in this car.

The Toyota 2000 GT appeared in You Only Live Twice. The one used was actually a specially made open-top version that was created just for the film.

The Ford Thunderbird appeared in Goldfinger, Thunderball, Diamonds Are Forever and Die Another Day. In Diamonds Are Forever it is used to carry Bond from the basement of the Whyte House to the Nevada desert where he was to be buried alive.

The Ford Thunderbird appeared in Goldfinger, Thunderball, Diamonds Are Forever and Die Another Day. In Diamonds Are Forever, it is used to carry Bond from the basement of the Whyte House to the Nevada desert where he was to be buried alive.

The BMW 750iL appeared in Tomorrow Never Dies. It was loaned to Bond by Q and is equipped with missile launchers, self-inflating tires, caltrops and a near-impenetrable body.

The Ford Anglia 105E appeared in Dr. No. The Ford Anglia 105E is notable for being the very first vehicle that was feature in any James Bond film

The Lotus Esprit appeared in The Spy Who Loved Me. It was nicknamed “Wet Nellie” due to the fact that it was actually capable of transforming into a submarine.

The Ford Consul appeared in For Your Eyes Only. The car was stolen and used to get from Havelock’s estate to Port Antonio.

The Citroën 2CV appeared in On Her Majesty's Secret Service and also in For Your Eyes Only. In For Your Eyes Only, it was used as a part of a car chase scene after Bond’s Lotus Espirit Turbo explodes.

The Jaguar XKR appeared in Die Another Day. This car was equipped with a wide array of features, including machine guns, door panel missiles, rear mounted Gatling gun and trunk-mounted mortars.

The Lotus Esprit Turbo appeared in For Your Eyes Only. Two different ones appeared in the movie, a white one that was destroyed by self-destructing and a second bronze one that was driven at an Italian ski resort.

The Jaguar XJ appeared in Skyfall. It is notable for being M’s official car and is shown multiple times in the film, it is finally driven by Bond as he chauffeurs M.

The Ferrari F355 appeared in GoldenEye. It was driven by Xenia Onatopp in a mountain race with James Bond, who was driving his Aston Martin DB5.

The Aston Martin DBS V12 appeared in Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace. No gadgets or special features were shown in Casino Royale except for a compartment that held Bond’s pistol.

The Ford Mustang Mach 1 appeared in Diamonds Are Forever. It was owned by Tiffany Case and was featured in a car chase in Las Vegas where it balanced on two wheels to maneuver through an alleyway.

The BMW Z8 appeared in The World Is Not Enough. The car is under the ownership of the British Secret Service, and during the film it is cut in half by a chopper.

The BMW Z3 appeared in GoldenEye. It is said to have been equipped with a wide array of features; however, we only get to see the auto-HUD and deployable parachute in action.

The Ford Mustang appeared in both Thunderball and Goldfinger. While its speed is only showcased in Thunderball, in Goldfinger it is severely damaged by Bond’s Aston Martin DB5.

The Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner appeared in Thunderball. It is owned by Count Lippe and he is killed it in when it is blown up by Fiona Volpe.

The Aston Martin V8 appeared in The Living Daylights. It first appeared as a convertible, but later on in the film it sports a hardtop; it also features the usual array of weapons and gadgets.

The Sunbeam Alpine appeared in Dr. No. It is featured as the hire car that Bond drives to Miss Taro's home in the Blue Mountains.

The Chevrolet Nova appeared in Live and Let Die. They are featured as police cars in a chase scene where Bond steals a double-decker bus.

The Lincoln Continental appeared in Goldfinger. Mr. Solo is shot in the backseat by Oddjob and the vehicle is driven to a junkyard and crushed in a baling press.

The Mercedes-Benz 450 SEL appeared in For Your Eyes Only. When Locque attempts to escape in this car, Bond gives chase and shoots him, causing the car to come to a stop on the edge of a cliff. In a now-iconic scene, Bond then kicks the car off the cliff.

The Lamborghini Diablo appeared in Die Another Day. It is featured in Colonel Moon’s hangar bay and several scenes afterward where it is loaded onto a plane and then subsequently pushed out (landing nose-first in mud)

The Triumph Stag appeared in Diamonds Are Forever. It is commandeered at the Port of Dover by Bond after Franks is arrested.

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