Made in Sarasota, the electric and street-legal Moke is the first of several 007 editions inspired by the Bond franchise. Created in partnership with EON Productions, the “San Monique” Moke borrows its name from the fictional Caribbean island in Live and Let Die (1973). In the film, Bond, played by Roger Moore, drives a blue-and-white Moke through the busy streets of San Monique.
The new 007 Moke sports the iconic 007 logo and film artwork, a blue-and-white striped bimini top, white rims, and a wood steering wheel and gear shift. Features like Bluetooth radio and a backup camera give it a modern update—but it's still got the groovy throwback style Moke vehicles are known for.
“It’s not often you can buy and drive a piece of movie history,” says Moke America CEO and founder Todd Rome.
Just 250 custom-built San Monique Mokes will be produced. Each reaches 25 mph and costs $26,975. There are three more 007 editions in the works after the San Monique sells out. The newest Bond film, No Time to Die, is scheduled for release on April 2.