(2002) - Bond is betrayed by someone from inside the British Secret Service. He is determined to clear his name and find the man or woman who has forsaken Queen and Country. Bond battles his new enemy, Colonel Moon, and his evil henchman, Zao.


These BOMBARDIER REV 800 MXZ SKI-DOOs were used by the villain's henchmen to try and capture and kill Bond. Bond later hijacks one of these vehicles and returns to the Ice Palace to rescue Jinx. The Foundation owns one of the few Ski-Doos that remained relatively undamaged after the filming as well as one of the non-functioning ones. These vehicles were donated to The Ian Fleming Foundation by Bombardier Canada, the vehicles manufacturer.

This item is currently on display at
The London Film Museum exhibit
Bond in Motion: The Largest Official Collection of
Original James Bond Vehicles



This was the only functional Switchblade built by the company hired to do the aerial stunts for the film. James Bond and Jinx leave a Chinook helicopter over South Korea and fly undetected into North Korea. The Switchblade is a manually guided single passenger vehicle, designed as a rapid and precise insertion glider into hostile territory which employs stealth profile design technology. The Ian Fleming Foundation obtained the Switchblade from the company who designed and built it. Halle Berry's Switchblade was the only one that was actually used in an aerial drop.


This custom-built Jaguar XKR was used in the car battle scene against 007's Aston Martin DBS. The XKR was retro-fitted with several automatic panels for use by the special effects department to simulate artillery fire. An automatic Gatling gun is mounted on the back end. This Jaguar XKR is owned by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust.


"Die Another Day"
Starring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond 007
Produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli
Directed by Lee Tamahori
Based on characters by Ian Fleming