Jaguar has decided to abandon its work on what would be an amazing lineup of sports cars including an XK coupe replacement and the hot hot hot C-X75 supercar it made a big deal about in that movie last year, according to Automobile Magazine. Instead they want to do something dumb and develop “electric vehicles” for…
Nine days. Nine days until SPECTRE, the 24th Bond film, is released stateside and we finally get to see the Aston Martin DB10, Jaguar C-X75, Land Rover Defender “Bigfoot” and the Range Rover Sport SVR in glorious action.
The crafty badasses over at Aston Martin built only ten bespoke DB10 models for the upcoming James Bond film, Spectre. Today, they released a minute long video equivalent of “look at our baby.”
While the original idea of a turbine-powered hybrid supercar was a bit insane, Jaguar's now twin-charged four-cylinder C-X75 with the Williams hybrid system is a finished car and I couldn't figure out why it wasn't for sale. And now I think I know, and you can blame the Nano.
Jaguar just confirmed today it will build the stunning C-X75 concept car first seen at last year's Paris Motor Show as a highly-exclusive hybrid supercar. How exclusive? It'll cost you $1.1 million just to walk through the dealership doors.
Jay Leno, late night talk show host (remember?) got to be the first person outside Jaguar to drive the C-X75 concept — although at golf-cart level speeds. Don't just let those turbines sit there doing nothing...
The Jaguar C-X75 concept made a real world appearance at Cars & Coffee in Irvine, CA yesterday. The C-X75 not only gives a good indication of Jaguar's future but it's also all Jaaag.
For its 75th anniversary, Jaguar's unveiling the C-X75 Concept, an extended-range electric coupe showing off a new design direction for the leaping-kitty brand, along with a electric/gas turbine power source generating 780 hp. Your 21st century British supercar awaits.