The Jaguar C-X75 was supposed to be a halo car that'd put Jag back up there with the likes of Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche. It only ever made it to Prototype stage, but thankfully we were allowed to play with one of five.
The C-X75 is the Jaguar that should have become the firm's halo hypercar, but sadly, it was killed off before it could reach production. Thankfully, there are five prototypes still kicking about, and we had a 200 mph go in one.
The stunning Jaguar C-X75 will never be made, so an afternoon with four of the five prototype cars produced won't be one we forget in a hurry.
After several years of tinkering, Jaguar once again chats up the jaw-dropping C-X75 hybrid supercar, and shows off an incredible behind-the-scenes video of the latest prototype.
Jaguar will build the sensational C-X75 concept car for real, but it'll swap the gas turbines for a future-spec F1 engine with help from the Williams F1 team.
Over the weekend Jaguar confirmed that it will transform its stunning C-X75 concept car into production reality. The shape will supposedly stay true to form, but sadly the show car's micro-turbines won't make the cut.
Jaguar promises to build a production version of the C-X75 concept originally shown at the 2010 Paris auto show.
Dual jet turbines? Bet nobody else you know has a car with those!
Underneath its terribly gorgeous body, the C-X75 packs four earth shattering electric motors, as well as two turbine engines to keep the batteries topped up.
Jaguar's latest concept shows that the company is not only capable of building sports cars, but it can make environmentally sound cars as well. The series hybrid C-X75 concept posts low emissions figures, astounding 0 to 60 mph times, and incredible fuel economy.