Because it's a movie car, and specifically a Bond car, I wouldn't necessarily put a lot of stock I the clamshell hood with bench style front fenders. That would be a nightmare for service with modern engines bigger than a teakettle unless there was an easy way to release and fold down the fenders to get at suspension bits, reservoirs, and other stuff. And if the latter is the case, prepare for rattles and squeaks as it ages. In any case, the shape looks correct.This is a shot from a new James Bond movie called " no time to die " Black does not really work with a new Defender as it did not with boxy LR3. Maybe a blue with with white roof will do a trick for me...
Alternatively: this could be the EV version that's been promised, so the clamshell hood could be a frunk.
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