Jaguar C-X75 hybrid supercar canned
Jaguar C-X75, the hybrid supercar which was supposed to go into production next year, will not just remain a concept. Jaguar C-X75 will not be…
It is believed that India’s Tata Motors were reportedly inspired to buy the brand Jaguar Land Rover after the sketches of C-X75 were shown. First revealed as a concept at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, Jaguar C-X75 was expected to compete with a new breed of cars, which are all in the making, McLaren P1, Ferrari F70 and Porsche 918 Spyder.
Brand Director, Adrian Hallmark, said, â€śBy the time we got to market with this, we expected normality to have returned and even though we could carry on and could fund it, itâ€™s not a major part of our investment. When we look at the global environment and the austerity and the difficulties being faced out there, to bring to market an ÂŁ800,000-ÂŁ1 million supercar just feels wrongâ€ť.
Talking about the prototypes which already exist with them, Hallmark said,Â â€śWeâ€™ll keep chassis one for ourselves and then at least two of the remaining prototypes will be sold to collectors. An auction seems the only fair way to do it.â€ť