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    Die Another Day (MGM, 2002). Jaguar Advertising Poster (39.5" X 82").
    One of the sleekest and most imposing cars ever driven by a James Bond villain was the modified Jaguar XKR with Zao (Rick Yune) behind the wheel. With mortars, rockets, ramming spikes, thermal imaging and a gatling gun behind the seat, the Jaguar was every bit the match of Q's Aston Martin Vanquish. The XKR was introduced in 1998 as a supercharged version of the XK8, and was described by Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear as "like I'm driving across a field of velvet." Eight XKRs were modified by Pinewood Studio's special effects team in concert with Jaguar's Special Vehicle Operations department. Four of the cars were set up in fairly standard fashion, but the other four (for the climactic car chase over ice) were built on a shortened Ford Explorer chassis with four wheel drive. Special Effects Car 1 was also modified with a Mustang 302 V-8 engine, 20-inch wheels and enhanced suspension. That particular car was sold at Sotheby's in 2010 for $68,320 (with all its gadgets still attached). Jaguar created an entire ad campaign around their involvement in the film, with print and television ads touting the sexy image of their newest car. This advertising poster has only a small, light smudge below the movie's title. As originally printed, the poster is a duratrans vinyl poster for backlit surfaces. Near Mint/Mint, Vinyl Duratrans.

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