In 2010 Jaguar introduced us to a Jaguar C-X75 that, with a spectacular design, it became the perfect showcase technological of the brand, of future solutions. We dreamed of then with his arrival in production, with a successor to the Jaguar XJ220, with Jaguar returning to the segment of the supercars. Today we pay tribute to the C-X75 on the occasion of his cinematic debut in the next James Bond film, in SPECTRE.
If the Jaguar C-X75 would have reached production today, the trident of supercars, the Ferrari LaFerrar, the McLaren P1 and the Porsche 918 Spyder would have a room-mate:
The 4-cylinder engine and 1.6-liter was capable of developing 502 horsepower at 10,000 rpm.
After that wild attitude, sporty, very sporty and really current even today, 5 years later, the Jaguar C-X75 has provided us with an innovative mechanical solution. In 2012, we learned that would not make it to production, that there would be a new alternative to the trident of supercars that was brewing, the McLaren P1, Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, the crisis ended with the.
In a first moment the Jaguar C-X75 arrived to be animated by a set of 4 thrusters electric animated by two turbines driven by gas and covered by a battery of ions of lithium, but this was not the propellant of this definitive supercar…
Along with Williams, Jaguar gave the C-X75 a mechanically supercharged and the 4-cylinder 1.6-liter and two thrusters electric getting a total of 850 horses and 1,000 Nm to be able to dial a 0 to 160 km/h in less than 6 seconds and a top speed of 354 km/h, but this supercar could move up to 60 kilometres in all-electric mode.
The next 6th of November will be released SPECTRE and in addition see this Jaguar C-X75, we’ll Aston Martin DB10. Like the Jaguar, this Aston Martin is not going to come “to the streets” in a big production.
On the occasion of his presence in the next film of 007 Jaguar has unveiled a new gallery of images of the C-X75: