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I noticed that in the film Goldeneye, Q takes the time to show James Bond not only a new BMW, but one that he says shows something he's proud of, SAT missiles in the hood.

But the car never appears again the rest of the movie. It's strange from a film watching perspective that not only is this car introduced but specific features are outlined.. which is typically a foreshadowing it's going to be used later in the film.

Is there missing scenes or removed footage of a car chase or action scene involving the car?

All we get is a playful car scene with Bond and Xenia Onnatop but that's during his psyche evaluation and before Q introduced the car.

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  • Isn’t there a scene where he’s remotely driving it around a multi-storey car park with a phone? I remember it at is was full or product placement for the new set Nokia at the time.
    – Darren
    Mar 1 '20 at 8:50
  • @Darren That's TOMORROW Never Dies.
    – Napoleon Wilson
    Mar 1 '20 at 12:01
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It is shown later in the movie at about 1h34m when Bond and his female companion are meeting Wade the CIA agent who in the the airplane that overflies them. Later Wade get in the car and drives off and they use the plane to track down the villains base. There is no deleted scene according to any online source with the missiles being used.

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    I remember the scene, but the car doesn't involve an action scene and the SAT missiles being mentioned by Q don't get fired at all. I'm just curious if there was a scene involving the car but maybe as a last minute decision removed it
    – Ace Cabbie
    Mar 1 '20 at 15:33
  • There is not a car chase or action scene in the move with the BMW Z3. Except he was chasing the plane that Wade was landing but did not use any of the missles etc the car was suppose to have had.
    – dean1957
    Mar 1 '20 at 15:48
  • Dean I know that. My question is asking if there's a missing outtake.. I mentioned that the car was not in use
    – Ace Cabbie
    Mar 1 '20 at 18:15
  • What makes you think there is a deleted scene?
    – dean1957
    Mar 1 '20 at 19:45
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    @AceCabbie - most likely because BMW paid them a lot of money to showcase the car.
    – sirjonsnow
    Apr 1 '20 at 12:43

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