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It does. I think it is perfect for Bond. It is like the 21st century answer to the underwater Lotus. If Bond needed to travel over an ice lake to reach a villians' lair, this is the way to do it!
But, it's a German car. The Germans' lost their privileges to Bond in 1999 and (hopefully) sworn never to return.
( Lulz, I drive a BMW :P )
I'd love to see and Aston be a submarine Ala Nightfire.
I see this hovercar as the equal to the Batmobile in that it is very exotic in its styling and would have the same wow-factor. Bond wouldn't drive this as his regular car - it would be relatively slow, but there would be times when he needs it.
It may look futuristic, but it is POSSIBLE. It has been built as a concept car and isn't unrealistic like the invisible car. This is a gadget that really could be built for Bond with today's technology.
I see existing cars with modifications as a bit dated - we have seen all that before!
we've seen them in the air:
but we haven't seen these babies in a Bond film, yet:
It's made in the UK (very handy) and as far back as 2004, Bond sponsor Richard Branson set a new record for 'crossing the English Channel in an amphibious vehicle'.
It's just a matter of time before someone invents a personal car that flies into space... :P
Actually I was not even thinking about the LTK gun. For me, this one was coincidential. But yes, it is an "old" gadget I guess, used in a different way. And I agree with you: sometimes gadgets should fail Bond.
-hard poison set in the earring of the BG.
-a close-to-real red rose with smell (when Bond is wearing the white dinner jacket) containing dangerous acid
I'd rather see this kind of gadget for the villain for some reason.