It's official, Jaguar has just axed the C-X75 hypercar as it entered a crucial stage in its development. For the last quarter, Jaguar has been testing the C-X75’s complex hybrid drivetrain. Jaguar was currently preparing to install the drivetrain in the car and build a working prototype. Global brand director Adrian Hallmark said during the Los Angeles motor show that this aspect of the development is “absolutely unknown.”
Because the technology had to be determined, the car’s future was uncertain. When the C-X75’s hybrid drivetrain was unveiled as a concept at the 2010 Paris show, it featured a couple of gas turbines that will kick in as soon as the charge for the four wheel-mounted electric motors runs out.
Jaguar confirmed the C-X75 in May 2011. It features the first bonded carbonfibre chassis from the company. It was assembled with the aid of Williams F1 expertise. It was approved for production but excluding the gas turbines. Instead of the original drivetrain, it is now equipped with a turbocharged and supercharged 1.6-litre petrol engine and two electric motors.
One is found at both ends of the car with each driving a transaxle. In early 2012, Jaguar announced the drivetrain’s first official figures. The blown 1.6-litre engine could offer up to 500bhp and is capable of revving to 10,000rpm.
The electric motors could easily be regarded as the most powerful worldwide. These come with a very advanced liquid and air-cooled battery pack. The front motor could continuously operate via a single-speed transmission that powers the front wheels. Meanwhile, the rear motor will work with a bespoke seven-speed automated manual gearbox to offer drive to the rear wheels along with the engine.
C-X75 is all Jaguar. It has extraordinary composure and elegance, while still exuding the exhilaration and strength of a genuine supercar. It could be argued that the closest to pure artistry a concept vehicle can achieve, and Jaguar believes the C-X75 is a laudable tribute to seven and a half decades of hallmark Jaguar style.
Gleaming in Jetstream Silver, the C-X75 Concept's gorgeous dimensions, sculptured lines, and strong posture has created the same emotional pull as ionic Jaguars like the D-Type and XJ13 race cars.
Jaguar C-X75 Concept derives more than simple stylish designs from the classic styles of previous vehicles, because these vehicles were respected equally for the virtuosity in their construction.
The concept was engineered to improve the outlook of luxury vehicle manufacturers like Jaguar. It proves the possibilities in retaining integral brand philosophies while providing zero-emissions driving most of the time, and featuring technologies that extend the range of electric cars.