Stunning concept speaks volumes for the cars Jaguar will make in the future
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    Jaguar C-X75 first drive review

    Aborted million-pound Jaguar C-X75 expands the supercar’s brief, sacrificing almost nothing on speed or mind-blowing theatricality
  • First Drive

    Jaguar C-X75

    Stunning concept speaks volumes for the cars Jaguar will make in the future
14 November 2010

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15 November 2010

Atomic batteries to power...turbines to speed...

15 November 2010

.....Warp factor 1 Mr Sulu! lol

15 November 2010

A real innovation, I do hope they can produce it? The styling of the C-X75 is clearly Jaguar, some of it's lines remind me of the classic one-off XJ13.

15 November 2010

Incredible design and ground-breaking new tech that promises much for the future.

I read when news of the C-X75 first hit that jaguar might make it ... 'the concept car we simply have to build' or something similar. Can't say I'm surprised but your article suggests that it will not happen. One thing Jag must learn is that they show-cased many concepts in past years but nothing ever seemed to come of them. Soemtimes it's good to actually 'do it'.

Anyway I'm a big Jag fan and am so pleased they got the backing. Clearly they have the talent. Just a shame one of the filthy rich British companies and/or individuals didn't stump up the paltry £1 billion to buy JLR and set it free on the road to success, and profit. So few are worth their salt in today's world and seek to make nothing, which is why Britain's future is not very rosey. Jaguar is an exception!

EU Referendum now. Let the people speak.

15 November 2010

If Jaguar are unable to build this car with its current propulsion systems, I hope they still build it with a different engine, obviously not with a Mini WRC engine of course.

15 November 2010

So it'll be the XJ then?,because this concept doesn't have an ounce of Jag-ness about it!,the saloon will be the real money maker, car's with Thunderbirds and Joe90 propulsion systems are too out there,and i've said before, why not produce affordable, ultra clean car's for the masses especially in this time of austerity, surely that's not beyond making profit, is it?.

Peter Cavellini.

15 November 2010

Oh for goodness sake, just build it.

To live is to drive

15 November 2010

Its a real shame that Jaguar has not made any real effort for the British public to view this in metal.

15 November 2010

@Peter Cavellini. What are you on about? There are huge dollops of old Jaguarness all over this. The back window looks like it's been lifted straight from an E-Type. The overall shape is XJ13 (rear haunches, rear lights in particular). The grille is a cracking combination of the old oval and the new rectangle (which is itself 60's Jag). It's achingly beautiful and shows that the guys in charge of Jag design are bang on the money (as an aside, the original MB CLS was seen as 'Mercedes doing a Jaguar' but do you think someone like Callum would have churned out anything remotely like the monstrosity that is the new CLS?). No chance. These guys have got real taste and they're WAY ahead of the Germans again.

15 November 2010

[quote bentleyboy]For goodness sake, just build it.[/quote]

Oh grow up, for goodness' sake.

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