Jaguar celebrated their 75th anniversary in style at the 2010 LA Auto Show with the debut of the C-X75 Concept Car. For the first time outside of Europe, the C-X75 was presented to the media. Designer Ian Callum also co-hosted the debut and gave us the key specs of the breathtaking Jaguar C-X75 Concept.
The 205 mph four-wheel drive supercar is capable of running in purely electric (zero tailpipe emissions) mode for 68 miles on a six-hour domestic plug-in charge. The innovative, lightweight micro gas-turbines are also capable of very quickly and efficiently recharging the Lithium-ion batteries, giving the car a theoretical range of 560 miles. Because each wheel is driven by its own electric motor, the C-X75 is four-wheel drive – with all the traction, grip and safety benefits that entails. The C-X75 boasts advanced design features such as a ground-breaking propulsion system, and active aerodynamics allow for an elegantly simple fuselage section that remains stable at very high speeds.
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