Friday, May 20, 2011

Hubrid supercar jaguar

In British brand history Jaguar C-X75 will be the most advanced model. Experts predict Jaguar, a hybrid supercar will be surprisingly low emissions CO2 - less than 99 g / km, while it can reach speeds over 320 km / h.
Hybrid supercar will be the embodiment of uncompromising style of Jaguar, as well as new designs and technological solutions. Powerful and dynamic, he remained faithful to the stylistic ideas of the concept car that debuted at the Paris Motor Show 2010. At the same time, P-x75 meets the requirements, allowing him to get approval for use on public roads.
An important part of the transition from concept car to the serial C-x75 was the choice of powertrain. Jaguar continues to work on the use of natural gas microturbines, which was shown at the original concept. The company Tata Motors, which owns the brand Jaguar, acquired a significant stake in the company and intends to Bladon Jets in the medium term to develop this ultra modern technology, which in future will play an important role in the development of the brand and model number of Jaguar.
Simultaneous operation of the internal combustion engine and electric motor C-x75 is one of the world's fastest production cars. While its acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h less than 3 seconds and top speed - over 320 km / h. Most importantly, these high dynamic performance combined with extremely low emissions CO2 - as expected, this value is less than 99 g / km thanks to lightweight design, C-X75 and a modern power plant.
It is planned to release only 250 copies of the C-x75, each of which will cost from £ 700,000 to £ 900,000 - depending on the market and local taxes.

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