One of the most interesting prototypes ever signed by Jaguar, the C-X75, is the star of the latest test drive performed by the guys at Autocar.
Autocar has recently went for a spin in the Jaguar C-X75 prototype, a vehicle which was aimed at models like the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder, but sadly, the model will not hit the market, as the company has recently announced, because of the global austerity measures in place and because the final production version would have been priced at approximately 800,000 GBP and 1 million GBP.
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. If you’re curious what the car industry has missed with Jaguar not producing this model, you can check out Autocar’s review below.