The Jaguar C-X75 is a concept car produced in 2010 in a single example. Its name derives from Concept “C” Experimental “X” and 75 in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Jaguar brand. 4,64 meters long and 2,02 meters wide, the C-X75 has a sleek design and a very refined aerodynamic profile, which allowed the car to have a Cx of just 0.32. The structure is made of 50% recycled aluminum, and the dry weight settles on 1350kg. The motorization is hybrid: a 1.6 both turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder petrol engine is combined with four electric units, one per wheel, powered by lithium-ion batteries, recharged by two micro-turbines.
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🏎️ Jaguar C-X75
📍 United Kingdom
🛠️ 4-cylinder 1.6 + 4 electric engines for a total of 1600NM and 780HP
💨 3,4 seconds
🔝 330km/h
💶 Not for sale
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