Jaguar Started to Assemble Prototypes of the New Hypercar

September 18, 2012 at 12:08

The British manufacturer will release five test specimens C-X75 coupes specially for evaluating the performance of the future flagships of the brand. The decision to release several prototypes of Jaguar C-X75 demonstrates the seriousness of the company to begin mass production of commodity options of a hypercar.

Image of the Jaguar C-X75 Concept

Image of the Jaguar C-X75 Concept

According to the technical director of the brand Bob Joyce, he says that, before you put this model on the conveyor, you need to conduct a series of tests to see if the production vehicles match their price positioning and claimed exclusive name of hypercar. Speaking about the exterior of commercial Jaguar C-X75, a company representative assured customers of the brand that the exterior model is as close to the style of the concept car as possible.

Picture of Jaguar C-X75 Concept at the presentation

Picture of Jaguar C-X75 Concept at the presentation

In contrast to the show car, staffed by four electric motors, one for each has an all-wheel drive and two gas microturbines, series of coupe Jaguar C-X75 will be equipped with four-cylinder gasoline engine 1.6-liter double-supercharged of two electrical installations. Hybrid is equipped yet with the unit of the capacity of over 600 hp dock with robotized transmission. In the state machine will be equipped with the kinetic energy recovery system, developed by engineers of the team Williams F1.

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