1962 Rolls Royce
1962 Rolls Royce driven by Sir Godfrey Tibbett
Owned by MI6
Featured In A View To A Kill (1985)
Sir Godfrey Tibbett drives this Rolls Royce in his guise as a servant to Bond's alias when they travel to Max Zorin's estate in France. This vintage Rolls Royce is later seen when Tibbett drives the vehicle into town to send a message to M, under the pretence that he is going to wash the car. However as Tibbett drives the car into the car wash, a shadowy figure of May Day appears strangling Tibbett.
Later after Bond manages to escape from the rigged steeplechase with Zorin, he gallops towards the Rolls Royce seen driving in the distance. However, when he enters the car, he sees May Day is driving the vehicle with Sir Godfrey dead in the backseat. After Bond is knocked unconscious, the vehicle is pushed into a lake where it sinks to the bottom. Bond manages to escape the Rolls Royce, breathing air from the vehicles tyres, leading Zorin to the assumption Bond has drown. §