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C-X75 – THE MOST ADVANCED JAGUAR ALREADY CREATED

When Jaguar introduced the C-X75 in 2010, it was the start of a new chapter in innovation and technological advancement that would see the car evolve from a design concept to a fully functional prototype in just two years.

In this incredibly short space of time, Jaguar and development partner Williams Advanced Engineering have created a parallel plug-in hybrid (PHEV) electric vehicle with the world’s highest specific power engine and Jaguar’s first carbon composite monocoque chassis.

Despite the decision taken in 2012, as a result of the global economic climate, that the C-X75 would not go into full production, it was clear that it was a powerful copy of Jaguar’s world-leading experience in light vehicle construction and the ideal test For the company’s innovative research into high-performance, low-emission powertrain.

Major achievements in the development of C-X75 prototypes, including state-of-the-art hybrid technologies, carbon composite materials, and advanced and pioneering design solutions in association with Williams Advanced Engineering will be used in other areas of research and development, future innovative products And state-of-the-art Jaguar brand engineering.

“The C-X75 program represents the heyday of Jaguar’s engineering and design experience. It is undoubtedly the world’s fastest test bench for more advanced technologies, combining a remarkable hybrid powertrain with impressive performance. Always looking to shape the cars of tomorrow, with projects like the C-X75, we are laying the groundwork for Jaguar’s next generation of innovations. ” – Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar Global Brand Director.

With more power and torque density, the C-X75 has combined horsepower of more than 850 bhp and 1000 Nm of torque thanks to its advanced 4-cylinder engine inspired by Formula 1, with 1.6-liter turbocharged engine and Supercharged) that generates 502 bhp at 10,000 rpm.

It is allied to the higher torque electric motors and power density in production, which generate over 390 horsepower. The C-X75’s battery is the world’s largest continuously rated PHEV package capable of delivering more than 300 kW in full load state.

The C-X75 goes from 0 to 100 mph (160 km / h) in less than six seconds thanks to its advanced 7-speed automated manual transmission that allows gear shifts in less than 200 milliseconds. The first prototype of the C-X75 exceeded 200 mph (320 km / h) in tests with ease, and its theoretical maximum speed is 220 mph (350 km / h).

The retractable airfoil and aerodynamics under the car create more than 200 kg of downforce at 200 mph (320 km / h), and the active systems improve its stability at high speed

Ultra low emissions and pure electric mode

Thanks to the extreme PHEV specification of any mobile battery in development, the C-X75 will also run for 60 km in pure electric mode, reducing CO2 emissions to less than 89 g / km.

The C-X75 project enables Jaguar to further claim its position as the UK’s leading investor in innovative technology. The results of the C-X75 program, particularly in advanced powertrain technologies and lightweight composite materials, demonstrate Jaguar’s technical leadership at the cutting edge of automotive development and manufacturing.

The C-X75 exceeds all limits of power, performance and fuel efficiency.

The C-X75 has combined horsepower of more than 850 bhp and 1000 Nm of torque thanks to its advanced 4-cylinder engine inspired by Formula 1, with a 1.6-liter turbocharged and supercharged engine that generates 502 bhp at 10,000 rpm .

It is allied to the higher torque electric motors and power density in production, which generate over 390 horsepower. The C-X75’s battery is the world’s largest continuously rated PHEV package capable of delivering more than 300 kW in full load state.

The C-X75 goes from 0 to 100 mph (160 km / h) in less than six seconds thanks to its advanced 7-speed automated manual transmission that allows gear shifts in less than 200 milliseconds. The first prototype of the C-X75 exceeded 200 mph (320 km / h) in tests with ease, and its theoretical maximum speed is 220 mph (350 km / h).

The retractable airfoil and aerodynamics under the car create more than 200 kg of downforce at 200 mph (320 km / h), and the active systems improve its stability at high speed

Ultra low emissions and pure electric mode

Thanks to the extreme PHEV specification of any mobile battery in development, the C-X75 will also run for 60 km in pure electric mode, reducing CO2 emissions to less than 89 g / km.

The C-X75 project allows Jaguar to further claim its position as the UK’s leading investor in innovative technology. The results of the C-X75 program, particularly in advanced powertrain technologies and lightweight composite materials, demonstrate the technical leadership

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