As seen in the 1997 James Bond film “Tomorrow Never Dies” The BMW 750iL features bullet proof windows and body that can withstand being hit by a sledgehammer. The door handles can also be electrified, shocking any would-be thieves. The car can be driven by remote control via Bond's special Ericsson Mobile Phone, complete with touchpad controls.
Bond uses the phone to activate a tear gas attack, stunning the henchmen standing around his car. He then remotely drives the car around a corner, and jumps in through the rear window while the car is still in motion. A high tension chase ensues, with Bond driving from the back seat the entire time. He uses various gadgets, such as roof-mounted missiles, tire spike dispenser, reinflating tires and a front-mounted steel wire cutter. To lose the enemy, he bails out of the car and drives it off a rooftop car park into an Avis rental shop.