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James Bond To Kick Off Next Film Driving A Fuel-Efficient Ford

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If you thought James Bond, played by actor Daniel Craig, was leaving behind the days of driving small, fuel-efficient vehicles (as seen in the last Bond film), think again. In the opening chase sequence of the next film titled Quantum of Solace, Bond takes off in an entry-level three-door hatchback called the Ford Ka. Of course, nevermind the fact that Ford paid about € 22.5 million to be featured in Bond’s movies — or that the fuel-hungry Aston Martin shows up later. We’re just happy to be seeing something high on the MPG side of things making a cameo — and saving the world. From the article,

“In new movie The Quantum Of Solace, the secret agent – who’s usually seen behind the wheel of an Aston Martin – drives a dinky £8,000 Ford Ka. ‘When the Ka arrived on set everyone thought it was a wind-up,’ a source tells the News Of The World. ‘Bond is famous for his high-powered flash motors. It’s part of the man’s make-up, but this isn’t sexy. Daniel knew he was getting a ribbing from the crew. The good news is that James will be back in an Aston later in this film.'”

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