As announced earlier last year, Jaguar is currently developing the production version of Jaguar X75-C concept shown in Paris in 2010. The British manufacturer should produce 250 copies at a rate piece of 1 million euros.
If the production of the Jaguar C-X16 is still under investigation, that of the C-X75 is enacted. Collaboration between Jaguar and Cosworth was confirmed when the design is being developed to obtain the values of aerodynamic pressure required. The body and chassis will be for their carbon.
The most difficult to achieve on Jaguar C-X75 is indeed the propulsion system which requires a more complex work. The development of turbine range extender has not been abandoned but will take longer than expected.
At the same time, Cosworth has achieved a 4-cylinder 1.6 biturbo inspired by those of F1 and developing over 500 hp. With this block, the C-X75 will begin road testing in the coming months with the aim to confirm the guaranteed performance during the implementation of the project.
The Jaguar supercar is expected to bring down the 0 to 100 km/h in under 3 seconds and a top speed of 300 km/h. Versions with turbines will be manufactured primarily in the form of racing prototypes. Regarding the C-X75 route, it will be assembled in 250 copies sold in 2013 for a whopping $ 1 million no tax included.