Jaguar has recently announced its plans to celebrate the 60 years of innovation at Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation Festival, where the impressive C-X75 prototype will play a main role.
According to the British based automaker, the Jaguar C-X75 Concept will be the highlight of the event and the model will be displayed in the gardens of the Buckingham Palace. The carmaker will also bring the F-Type and the new Range Rover, along with some royal vehicles, like the Land Rover Royal ceremonial vehicles and more.
“As the only automotive manufacturer to hold Royal Warrants from all three Grantors, Jaguar Land Rover will showcase vehicles which highlight the company’s world-class capability in developing pioneering products and technologies with the Jaguar C-X75 Hybrid Supercar Prototype taking centre stage in the gardens of Buckingham Palace”, as the carmaker says in its official press release.
As a quick reminder, the Jaguar C-X75 has been officially presented to the public back in 2010, during the Paris Motor Show. The model had a hybrid powertrain, made out of a 1.6 liter twin-charged engine, which, in the final production version would have produced a total of 500 HP. The revving would have stood at 10,000 rpm. The petrol unit would have been helped by two electric motors, providing an extra 390 HP. Jaguar will not put the C-X75 model into production.