As you may know already, Jaguar is celebrating its 75th anniversary at this year's Pebble Beach Automotive Weekend. Many of you folks already seen the 2011 Jaguar XKR175 Coupe, but it appears that isn't the only surprise from the British manufacturer because a new car was unveiled today: the XJ75 Platinum Concept, a one-of-a-kind design project.
As you can see from the photos, the new car's design is dominated by the striking white and black contrast theme that suggests precious platinum metal, completed by the new ground-hugging front, rear and side sills.
The design is completed by the 22-inch wheels but also by the Satin Matte Pearlescent White paint finish but also by the exterior chrome elements which have been revised to either a dark chrome or gloss black.
Furthermore, the car features an impressive interior with gloss pearlescent white air vents, veneers and diamond stitch suede inserts to the seats and headliner, all set against the backdrop of a full Jet Softgrain leather.
The bespoke clock is also one of a kind, because it was designed by Bremont Watch Company, known for creating beautifully engineered and designed mechanical watches hand assembled in Switzerland.
The entertainment is provided by the 1,200-watt Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system with 20 speakers powered through 15 channels and state-of-the-art sound processing technology. Under the hood we find a 5.0-liter Supercharged direct-injection V8 delivering 470 horsepower and 424 lb.-ft of torque.