The James Bond Vehicle Library

Audi 200 Quattro
Audi 200 Quattro

Published 27/12-2001
Updated 09/10-2011 01:10



Bond's car in Bratislava.
We first see this car at the beginning of the film when James Bond (Timothy Dalton) uses the car to drive the defecting Soviet general Georgi Koskov to the 'Trans-Siberian Pipeline' for his escape. It is also seen later when Bond uses the car the drive to and from the border.

In Tanger, Algier Bond is seen driving a stationcar version when he tails general Leonid Pushkin.

by JH & PS

007 relation

The Living Daylights (1987)

  • Vehicle Bond drives

Technical data

  • Manufactor: Audi (Germany)
  • Model: Audi 200 Quattro Avant
  • Engine: Front-mounted in-line 5-cyl with belt-driven ohc; alloy head. KKK turbocharger with inter-cooler
  • Power: 182 bhp (134 kW)
  • Transmission: 4-wheel drive; 5-speed manual gearbox.
  • Steering: Powersteering
  • Brakes: Vented discs front, solid discs rear, servo-assisted. ABS.
  • Unlades weight: 3108 lb (1410 kg)
  • Performance: Max. speed 139 mph (224 kmh)
    0-60 mph (100 kmh) 8,2 sec.
  • Colour: Light gray metallic
  • Numberplate: W207 182



Other sources:

The New Observer's Book of Automobiles, Stuart Bladon, Frederick Warne & Co Ltd., London, 1985, page 22.