No Time To Die is the latest film in the James Bond Franchise, and Daniel Craig’s 007 swansong. So we sent Chris Harris to ask the questions that matter to any petrolhead Bond fan: what’s it like doing donuts in a DB5 with machine guns? What’s the perfect baddie’s car? And what would Craig have in his own garage? Got your ticket yet? ULTIMATE £12m Aston Martin test!: Aston Martin Valkyrie: Chris Harris’ Dream Bond Car Garage: Want to watch a bit of on the internet? Welcome to the most comprehensive collection of official clips you’ll find on YouTube. Whether you’re searching for a caravan challenge, Ken Block in the Hoonicorn, cars versus fighter jets, Stig power laps or the latest Chris Harris Drives, you can find all the iconic films here.Want to share your views with the team?
i love that question can you repeat your question sorry yeah go and ask it again i dare you we both eradicate people to make the world a better place i just want to be a little idea what do you think is the perfect baddies car in in a role as a bond villain well i i would actually say the the best baddies vehicle would be stealing one from bond himself so if i could get myself on an aston martin db5 i would do that first of all when you saw a scene involving uh donuts and a db5 and machine guns did you immediately think yeah that’s kind of peak bond really i was there when they shot it so yes so the decision to use rail guns and get the smoke and the oil and uh we we have it all we were all just like kids in a toy shop about about the whole thing because it was just uh you know it was the chance to just make that db5 sing do you sometimes look at that and think why did you get all the toys that’s that’s the joker isn’t it in the first of the batman films what do you get all those toys do you think that as a baddie why does bond have all these toys that is a great line i mean that that is exactly the vehicle i was thinking about when you said what would be the perfect car i mean taking that from him i’m not supposed to give away too much in the film but i think when you when you see that moment you will be hooked do you think the db5 needs to be in every single bond film from now on it it is it’s iconoclastic isn’t it yeah it has to be in some ways yeah yeah it’s so beautiful i mean it’s such a beautiful car could you see yourself now that you’re about to retire from the role the one legacy of your role is to buy yourself a db5 just to keep it in the shared clutch would you never want one that’s a pain in the ass were you surprised at the level of hardware that goes into making those scenes the number of db5s they’ve built with the special controls and the roof houses and everything i mean it’s an industrial process it’s incredible isn’t it just to make a few minutes of footage the entire project is like that that’s what’s uh exceptional about a film of this nature is you have people working at the highest level all the time and as an actor you know sometimes when you’re younger you want to run back to your trailer and start getting really methodical about what your next scene is about and on sets like these you’re watching people uh work at the top of their game so uh to be able to to you know be on that set and see the elements that you’re speaking of at such a high caliber of performance it’s something you’d be a fool to shut yourself away from the woman in bond’s life has a strong relationship with cars as well we’ve had ferrari three five fives diamond rig and a mustang with so many iconic moments but of course i can i picture you in the back of that gorgeous rolls phantom being driven out into what looked like north african desert is that your would you prefer to be driven or to drive i love to be driven i love that in this film i are you exposed to any car based antics any car i love that i are you exposed to it’s a very top gear way of saying do you get do you have to sit next to that gentleman as he drives like a lunatic that was actually one of the best moment in the shoot you know when i was like driving in the aston martin it was really nice and then i was with daniel’s um stunt also like he’s a driver like uh yeah yeah mark like really it was super fast and i have to say that i was a bit like afraid but it was very fun yeah mr higgins is an amazing driver he’s done some work for us and i i think he’s wow he’s made those car sequences really sing and i think best of luck in the future thank you very much speak to me guys foreign