Moke America today announced its official partnership with EON Productions with a limited edition of 007 Moke.
The Electric and Street Legal Moke is the first of several 007 editions celebrating the James Bond franchise.
This first limited edition takes its inspiration from the Caribbean, and the 007 ‘San Monique’ takes its name from the fictional island in live and Let Die (1973).
In the movie live and Let DieWe see Roger Moore briefly driving a white Moke with a blue and white striped top. He drives to the port with Rosie Carver as a passenger to meet with Quarrel Junior.
James Bond drives a moke in Live And Let Die
© Danjaq, United Artists
Roger Moore as James Bond in Live And Let Die
© Danjaq, United Artists
This first limited edition 007 Moke has the same eye-catching white and blue design and features the unique artwork that was created for the film.
Each vehicle is numbered, so these collectibles are really limited editions.
The Mo Monique edition of Moke America includes:
- Striking Bond design with the 007 logo and the artwork “San Monique”
- Wooden steering wheel
- Wooden circuit *
- Tire cover with a unique work of art “San Monique” *
- Electrical engineering
- White body
- Black seats
- Blue and white striped bimini top
- backup camera
- Bluetooth radio
- White rims *
* Exclusive options that Moke America has never made before
“We are delighted to be working with a brand that has such an authentic story with the Moke. Like Bond, Moke originated in the 1960s and our first vehicle brings together two icons of modern culture that share roots in the UK and the Caribbean, ”said Todd Rome, Founder and CEO of Moke America.
The 007 Moke benefits from first-class technology with unique details and surfaces.
The cars can be purchased in North America, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, and the Middle East and cost $ 26,975 excluding delivery. Each Moke is made to measure and it takes three months to make.
The 007 Moke can be ordered online at www.mokeamerica.com
About Moke America:
Beloved by stars like Brigitte Bardot, Princess Margaret and Jacqueline Onassis, the classic throwback cruiser from the 1960s was reinvented by Moke America. Moke America is electric, approved for road use and versatile. Plug it in for 40 miles of fun, from the beach to the street. Moke America has a steel and fiberglass chassis, all-wheel drive, hydraulic steering and a reversing camera and can reach a top speed of 40 km / h. The moke can be customized in one of 11 bright colors (+ camouflage). He turns heads and lights up Instagram feeds.