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Ford Ka in on Bond's "Quantum of Solace"

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Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

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James Bond may drive an Aston Martin, but his femmes fatales need wheels, too--and this time around, the leading lady in the latest Bond film will be driving a Ford Ka.

The new Bond film due in theaters on November 7 is dubbed "Quantum of Solace." In it, Daniel Craig's Bond will play opposite Olga Kurylenko's Camille, who will be driving the flashy gold Ford Ka shown here.

The Ka is a city car sold mainly in Europe; it's not among the fleet of European-derived vehicles headed to the U.S. market over the next couple of years, as Ford realigns its American lineup and skews it toward more fuel-efficient vehicles.
Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

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Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

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Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

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Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

Ford Ka Quantum of Solace

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  1. That car just doesnt seem to fit in a James Bond Movie!!!
     
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  2. I always thought the first Ka was kinda cool looking, but this new one is very nice based on these pics. Does it fit into the "Bond" movie, not really...lol, but it still looks like a nice small car.
     
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  3. There's a car in those pics?... lol.
    Not a bad one coming from Ford, but again proves there Euro division is years ahead of their US side as far as design and innovation. Its small and flashy, but like Wayne said not really a bond type car.
     
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  4. Finally !!
    They can bring here in North America a car to compete againt small toyota and hundays.
     
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  5. The car looks strikingly similar to a toyota yaris hatchback.
    I can't imagine this having machine guns or oil slick capabilities
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