The bike involvement was less significant, though, with a German cop on the BMW R80 chasing Bond’s Alfa Romeo GTV6. https://fangio.be/aston-martin-db5s-uit-james-bond-zijn-eigenlijk-bmws 5: BMW R80, Octopussy, 1983. For stunt car-duty, the James Bond stunt team built three bespoke DB5 replicas on custom ladder frame chassis, with roll cages, Öhlins dampers and a BMW inline-six. On the Berlin Avus, the Police, who had 5 Series BMWs cars and a BMW motorcycle, are in pursuit of James Bond, who is driving a stolen Alfa Romeo on a breakneck ride through the streets of Berlin. The move from Aston Martin to BMW proved largely unpopular amongst aficionados of … The first BMW in a James Bond film took place in a chase scene in 1983’s Octopussy. Each weaponized ride is as much (or even more) of a character as the spy himself. Minichamps "James Bond" BMW R1200C Motorbike - cream body, silver frame with chrome engine - taken from the film "Tomorrow Never Dies" - Mint (although one mirror requires slight attention repair), comes complete with display plinth which is Mint, outer carded film strip box and inner polystyrene tray are Mint - only available through BMW Dealership. James Bond's gadget-filled cars are a staple of the 007 films. And … The BMW Z8 was a James Bond car’s in 1999’s “The World Is Not Enough” film. BMW is one of the few brands fortunate enough to share a little sliver of history with the James Bond franchise. THE official movie ‘Octopussy’ was effectively a rival to Never Say Never Again, released the same year and featuring the era’s proper Bond, Roger Moore. This is the moment James Bond’s BMW Z8 in “The World Is Not Enough” was sliced into half by helicopter with tree-cutting saws.