Jaguar has recently announced that they plan to build the C-X75 supercar ready for a release in 2013, apparently it will cost somewhere between £700,000 and £900,000.
The C-X75 debuted at the Paris motor show in 2010, it will feature four electric engines and a four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, Jaguar say this engine will be “highly-boosted”, however there are no signs of the rumored jet engines.
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Specs are unsurprisingly scarce and subject to change, however we are led to believe that the C-X75 will weigh roughly 1,350kg and produce 800bhp. The carbon-fiber chassis helps it weigh so little, which in turn should help it deliver 0-60mph in three seconds, 0-100mph in under six seconds and a 200mph top speed.
With 2 years until its release you have plenty of time to save almost £1 million (I’m going to buy a lottery ticket tonight), roughly 250 C-X75s will be manufactured so get in there fast if you want to get your hands on one.
If you check out TopGear’s recent post you can find out more about the C-X75 and also see some photos, do you think that this will be a formidable hybrid supercar?