Meet the world’s best super car that never went into production. Jaguar had big plans to spoil the bills known new super cars such as Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918, with their latest masterpiece of C-X75 and return the company to acclaim, not only in the world of production cars already in motor sports, but this will not occur. What is certainly a shame. At the moment, the British car manufacturer has produced a total of five C-X75 and no plans to continue development. Some unofficial stories say that some of them might appear at auction, and Jaguar recently, without much notice, invited a group of journalists on a test drive to show the potential of this super car. Jaguar C-X75 was originally presented at the Paris Motor Show three years ago, the official information that this is a prototype for testing new technologies. The audience response was so great that the Jaguar went to plan and mass production, but hopes quickly fell into the water.
In fact, at the present time it is not enough to make a fast car but it has to be a technologically advanced, stable and exclusive enough to attract customers with only the deepest pockets. A Jaguar was not a big company like Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche and the project quickly fell into oblivion. But that does not mean we can not imagine what could be.
Jaguar C-X75 engine
Jaguar C-X75 runs the 1.6L turbo engine, made completely of aluminum, which with the help of a supercharger and a turbo even develops 502 hp at 10,000 RPM. But because it is a hybrid, these petrol engine is only part of the story. In fact, there are two electric motors each developing 194 hp and a weight of only 20 kg are also the smallest in the auto industry. The total power of the car is up to 850 hp and 999 Nm of torque, which is enough to accelerate to 100 km / h in just three seconds, acceleration to 160 km / h in just six seconds and a top speed of 340 km / h. What is perhaps even more impressive is that CO2 emissions of only 89 g / km on a single charge C-X75 is able to move about 65 kilometers. The test drive was short, but long enough for the car show its potential.
Even when only the electric motors work, the C-X75 is booted and quite easy to drive, and at speeds of over 240 km / h still showing the first signs of weakness, and it seems to be struggling to reach a maximum of 340 km / h. C-X75 is perhaps reached its limit and the question is whether the potential buyers appreciate its technology. How many owners LaFerrarija how long can you drive with an electric motor or a Bugatti Veyron owner how he calculates the CO2 emissions of their car emits? The answer is probably very little. Although the Jaguar C-X75 he saw mass production, the chances are still high that its technology will be significantly appreciated in the future.