Inspired by the news about the Aston Martin DB10, which will be the next James Bond’s car in a new movie “Spectre”, we have completely forgotten about the other interesting news. But it deserves attention. So! Hybrid supercar Jaguar C-X75, which was never put into production, will take part in the filming of the new James Bond film, as reported by many media outlets.
However, instead of a hybrid power plant will be equipped with the vehicle for the film a 5.0-liter V8. The manufacturer did not disclose any details, but according to rumors on the “Jaguar” by tradition will go negative character, and yet it is curious that sometime in the distant ’60s, one of the models Jaguar was seen as contenders for the role of James Bond machines! It has been previously declassified cars protagonist – coupe Aston Martin DB10. The 24th film 007 “Spectre». It will be released November 6, 2015.
Jaguar C-X75 made its debut at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Supercar positioned as the ideological successor models XJ220. The audience took the car very well, then naturally the question arose about its mass production. The summer of 2012 Jaguar declassified power plant, including a powerful 1.6-liter petrol engine and two electric motors. According to the calculations of engineers, C-X75 was developed 100 km / h in 3 seconds and accelerate to 330 km / h in hybrid mode, and use clean electric traction at speeds up to 64 km / h. The car was not put into production because of too high a price and that the company has a long-term projects.
It is known that the company managed to build five prototypes running, but at the end of 2012 its head Adrian Hallmark has announced that mass production will not. However, the tests continued in the future plans to use Jaguar technologies that have been applied in the concept car C-X75 in other models.