2016 Jaguar C-X75 Review

Disabilityinformer – 2016 Jaguar C-X75 The C-X75 was designed to celebrate Jaguar’s 75th anniversary. Jaguar also designed it to be the most beautiful Jaguar. Like the Porsche 918 Spyder, the C-X75 is a hybrid supercar. It is estimated to go at least 30 miles on battery power alone and is said to have a 0-60 time of 3 seconds and a 0-100 time of 6 seconds. The top speed is said to be somewhere in the 200 mph range.

The C-X75 is classified on Jaguar’s website as a concept, but it looks like Jaguar doesn’t want to make it available for purchase, there is no definite word on that. Jaguar like so many other sports and supercar companies are working on hybrid supercars. This looks to be a new trend. Although there is no word on whether Jaguar will ever release the C-X75 to the public, it does look like it could be a good race car. I’m sure many racing drivers and teams would love to get their hands on it.

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2016 Jaguar C-X75 Design

In fact the Jaguar C-X75 was designed by a racing team. Williams engineering, aka Williams F1, helped to design the C-X75, and as well as a handful of other sports and supercars like the Porsche GT3R Hybrid. Williams has also just partnered with Nissan’s performance division, Nismo. Williams helped Jaguar with the aerodynamics, carbon composite manufacture, and the hybrid system of the C-X75.

The C-X75 is said to have less than 99g/km CO2 emissions. Jaguar likes to put it into perspective, stating that most new cars released in the U.S. are between 121-150g/km.

So why doesn’t Jaguar want to sell? Jaguar says that the reason that it doesn’t want to sell is because it wants to use the C-X75 as a developmental program to help Jaguar build better cars. So consumers probably won’t see the C-X75 in dealer lots, but maybe they will see a similar design up for sale. Either way it looks like Jaguar is starting to get into the hybrid supercar market.

Jaguar has been producing sports and supercars since, sometime during the early 1900’s. Jaguar who felt the loss and interest in building supercars after the debut of the XJ220 looks to be back into designing supercars again. Maybe one day consumers will get to see one of Jaguar’s hybrid supercars driving on the streets. Until then they will just have to enjoy dreaming about it.

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