Jaguar At Paris Motor Show 2010 With C-X75 Concept

By Daniel Chubb - Oct 4, 2010

To celebrate its 75th birthday, Jaguar showed off at the Paris Motor Show with their C-X75 concept. The world famous car manufacturer released the EREV electric supercar as a change to their normal sedan and coupe range.

Set to be one of the stars at the show, the C-X75 is powered by a four electric motors giving a combined 780-horsepower along with 1,600 Nm of torque. This massive power gives the C-X75 a impressive top speed of over 200mph and a 0-62 time of 3.4 seconds.

Other features include a thermic motor installed to recharge the batteries, and a range extender motor formed by a micro gas turbine that produces 80,000 rpm to give a range of 900 km. Running on purely electric propulsion, the electric supercar can manage 110 km from a full charge of six hours.

Surely this is the sort of power that could convince your average petrol head to electric? Check out Eurocarblog for more pictures of Jaguars C-X75 concept.

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