Known as the Bond of the 21st century, Daniel Craig was an embodiment of all the characteristics that a new and updated James Bond required. This new Bond hit the big screens with the unforgettable 007, and as he tuned into the famous Bond's character, he also brought along with him, the legendary Bond's craze for posh cars.
Here is a chronological compilation of the cars that Daniel Craig has used in his Bond movies.
CASINO ROYALE (2006)
A movie that is set in the backdrop of the early phases of Bond's career as an MI6's legendary Agent 007, Daniel Craig goes on an errand in Madagascar, to put a bomb-maker behind the bars, the film goes through a twist where Le Chiffre's terrorist cell comes in as a boulder in his way and Bond has to defeat the latter in a high-end poker game at the famous Casino Royale.
Through the twists and turns of this movie, the Bond crew manages to fit in a good lot of cars to accessorize the character of the new Bond, just like in the previous series. While the spotlight was on the Aston Martin DB5-different versions of which has also been featured in Skyfall (2012), the other cars used by Craig in this movie were the Aston Martin DBS V12 and the Ford Mondeo 2.5 litre ST.
Aston Martin DBS and Aston Martin DB5
The movie unveiled a new variant of the Aston Martin DBS series and also brought out in a special appearance, the DB5. Casino Royale was the first to bring out two Aston Martin cars in a single film.
The Bond's Aston Martin DBS offered in a standout amongst the most critical snippets of the film as a high speed accident drives the automobile to flip over around seven times in a row, creating another world record.
The scenes were shot on the Millbrook Proving Ground with an altered version of the DB9 because of shooting took place before the actual production of the DBS.
The Aston Martin DBS is a 6.0-liter V12 fueled, designed to race, two-seater car moulded by the aerodynamic requirements of superior quality, with a dazzling interior that mates with the wonderfully hand-crafted materials with the extremely powerful innovation in performance aspects. The DB5 is the first car that was driven by Sean Connery as Bond almost fifty years back in the Goldfinger. The iconic car has then appeared in six Bond movies, with each movie featuring an updated version.
Though Bond makes his first entry usually with the Aston Martin cars, Casino Royale, marked a difference. Bond makes his entry in this movie with a Ford Mondeo which had been featured as a rental car. It was featured in the film well before its official launch, the car had to be specially built for the movie and the five-entryway Mondeo that was used in the movie was a 2.5 Liter ST variant with a sporty bodykit and unique Tonic blue paintwork. Keyless entry and an HMI, Human Machine Interface instrument showcase, were new to the Mondeo and improved for the Bond devices. All Mondeos got standard security control and a capless refuelling framework with an inhibitor to counteract utilizing the wrong fuel, and 'reach-me-home' lights. Alternatives incorporated Adaptive Cruise Control, Interactive Vehicle Dynamics Control and Hill Launch Assist. The discretionary Sport Pack comprised of a brought down suspension, luxurious leather interiors, and 17- or 18-inch aluminum wheels, something Bond would likely have settled on.
QUANTUM OF SOLACE (2008)
Quantum of Solace is the 22nd James Bond film created by Eon Productions, and is the direct spin-off of the 2006 film Casino Royale. Brought out under the direction of Marc Forster, it emphasizes Daniel Craig's second execution as James Bond. In the film, Bond looks for vengeance for the passing of his partner, Vesper Lynd, and is aided by Camille Montes, who is plotting revenge for the homicide of her family members. The trail in the long run drives them to rich businessperson Dominic Greene, an individual from the Quantum association, who plans to stage a rebellion in Bolivia to seize control of that nation's water supply.
In this movie, Bond gets to use a lesser number of cars, when compared to the previous Bond series. However, Aston Martin continued to feature its car – the Aston Martin DBS V12 in the film, along with Ford, who brought out its 1989 model Bronco II.
Aston Martin DBS V12
The new DBS V12 featured in this movie was built on the framework of the car featured in Casino Royale and in the car was of a slightly darker shade, and was used in a mountain-chase scene in the opening scene of the movie, where the door of the car was ripped off completely.
Ford brought out its 1989 Bronco II XLT for a couple of minutes in the movie wherein Bond steals the vehicle`, though it didn't gain much of the attention as the audience found it weird to see Bond driving a Bronco II on screen.
It is the third in the Bond series starring Craig as James Bond and the movie was released in 2012. The story focuses on Bond examining an assault on MI6; the assault is a piece of a plot by previous MI6 agent Raoul Silva to embarrass, dishonor and murder M as vengeance against her for double-crossing him. The film sees the reappearance of two repeating characters to the arrangement after a nonattendance of two movies: Q, played by Ben Whishaw, and Eve Moneypenny, played by Naomie Harris. Skyfall is the last film of the arrangement for Judi Dench, who played M, a part that she had played in the past six movies. The position is, in this manner, filled by Ralph Fiennes' character, Gareth Mallory.
Aston Martin DB5
2012's "Skyfall" saw Bond in his twenty-third film excursion, with the Aston Martin DB5 returning for its sixth appearance in a standout amongst the most popular movies of the year 2012.
After its on-screen debut in 1964, the Aston Martin DB5 has left a permanent stamp on pop culture. The main of five different Aston Martin models to be emphasized in James Bond movies, DB5 keeps on being commended as a standout amongst the most notable automobiles ever created.
Spectre would be the twenty-fourth James Bond film created by Eon Productions. It would be the second film in the arrangement coordinated by Sam Mendes and will emphasize Daniel Craig in his fourth execution as James Bond and Christoph Waltz as Franz Oberhauser. The story revolves around an obscure message from an improbable source sets James Bond exploring the layers of an evil association known as SPECTRE. As M keeps battling political weights that debilitate the eventual fate of MI6, Bond attracts closer to revealing the shrouded truth at the establishment of the intrigue that will constrain him to scrutinize the benefit of all that he has battled to ensure.
Aston Martin DB10
This movie would be featuring the Aston Martin DB10, which is a descendant of the iconic car of Bond – the DB5. The new car has been exclusively designed for Spectre and the car would be on official release as a limited edition with only 10 models. Though the specifications of this car hasn't been fully revealed yet, the car is expected to be destroyed in some of the stunt sequences to be featured in the new movie, which is to be released in November 2015.