Jaguar C-X75 – The car that never was, part 1

Name Jaguar C-X75
What it is Hybrid Supercar
Public Reveal Date October 2010 @ the Paris Auto Show
Termination Date December 2012
Termination Reason Price and cost concerns. According to reports, Jaguar ‘didn’t feel comfortable launching a million-dollar supercar at a time of austerity.’
Purpose To celebrate 75 years of Jaguar (hence the ’75’ in the name)
Engine Type Supercharged 1.6-litre inline – 4 that makes 502 hp + 2 AC synchronous electric motors, each producing 195 hp
Power Combined max power of 890 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque
Transmission 7 – Speed automated manual
Performance 0 to 60 mph – 3.0 seconds
Standing 1/4 mile – 11.2 seconds
Top Speed – 220 mph
Highlights Back then, it was the most advanced Jaguar ever, with an emphasis on low emissions, lightweight construction and superlative performance.

In May 2011, Jaguar announced a collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering to turn the Jaguar C-X75 concept car into an environmentally focused, limited-edition production model.

Five developmental prototypes were built with the production specifications.
Did you know? The car was featured in Spectre, one of the James Bond movie franchises.
The Jaguar C-X75
The C-X75 was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show
It’s one of the most technologically advanced Jaguars ever
The Jaguar C-X75 in action
The C-X75 appeared in the Bond movie, ‘Spectre.’
Part of the impressive powertrain that drove the Jaguar C-X75
A glimpse of the interior
Hybrid supercar – the Jaguar C-X75
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