Aston Martin V8 -V8 Vantage Volante (1985) The Living Daylights (1987) With the introduction of a new James Bond, Timothy Dalton, in The Living Daylights, the producers brought back an Aston Martin after an 18 year absence. The Aston Martin V8 was kitted out with gadgets in the style of Goldfinger’s DB5. It had a control panel under the arm rest with buttons to operate lasers, missiles, outriggers, a rear rocket propulsion system and tire spikes for added traction control. It also had an all-band police radio receiver, a heads-up missile guidance display on the windshield, and a built-in self-destruct timer.Ironically, the design of the V8 is virtually unchanged from that of the DBS Bond drove in 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
1971 Land-Rover 88 Series III – Featured in The Living Day lights. To make his getaway from Gibraltar, the assassin steals a vehicle loaded with munitions. Appears in the pre-title sequence.
Kenworth Tankers – Featured in License to Kill. The tankers are used extensively during the films final climatic chase scenes. After the main drug distribution plant is set on fire, Sanchez orders the evacuation of the tankers. During the following scenes Bond is seen driving one of the tankers in pursuit of Sanchez.