Spectre cast members Naomie Harris and David Bautista are reunited with Jaguar Land Rover stunt vehicles from the film ahead of their international debut in Frankfurt, Germany

Bond’s next lineup of vehicles was already revealed to us earlier, but if you’re still in the dark here’s the list of superstar cars that will appear in Spectre, the next 007 film; a Jaguar C-X75, Range Rover Sport SVR and the Land Rover Defender Big Foot. All three were unveiled at the famous Thurn and Taxis building in Frankfurt this week.

Jaguar’s C-X75 will be driven by David Bautista who stars as Bond’s arch-enemy, Hinx. The supercar, which will be seen in a car chase, is jointly developed by JLR Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) and Williams Advanced Engineering in Oxfordshire, England. It features a 1.6 litre twin-charged four-cylinder engine that makes 502 hp and a set of dual-electric motors that produce 194 hp.

As for the Land Rover Defender Big Foot, it was constructed and modified by JLR Special Operations. The company mentions that it was tested to contend with snow-covered mountain roads, where it will be featured. Modifications include huge 37-inch off road tyres and enhanced body protection.

In addition to that, we’ll also get to see the Range Rover Sport SVR in action across Austria. Billed the most powerful SUV ever made by the company, the SVO-developed car features an AJ-V8 Gen III 5.0 litre supercharged V8 that makes 550 PS and 680 Nm of torque, 40 PS and 56 Nm more than the regular RRS. 0-100 km/h is done in just 4.5 seconds.

John Edwards, MD of JLR SVO said: “For Jaguar Land Rover to once again be a part of the iconic vehicle line ups in one of the most celebrated film franchises in the world represents a proud moment for us. It’s an incredible opportunity to showcase production and concept cars alike and we look forward to continuing this relationship well into the future.”

How about the car that Bond himself will drive? Daniel Craig will be piloting an Aston Martin DB10 that none of us can buy, and not because of the lack of money. Only ten DB10s will be made by hand at Gaydon, and all are for the production of the film. See it being chased by the C-X75 in Rome, in the video below.