2013 Jaguar C-X75 prototype review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 2 August 2013 , 00:08:36 byAngela

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Jaguar C-X75 prototype

This year at the Coronation Festival that will take place between the 11th of July and the 14th of July, Jaguar Land Rover is celebrating automotive innovation by displaying vehicles which represent the best of British engineering over the last six decades. The carmaker will showcase vehicles which highlight the capability of the company in developing pioneering products and technologies with the Jaguar C-X75 Hybrid Supercar Prototype.

The event will take place at the Buckingham Palace. This model is actually state-of-the-art hybrid supercar with the efficiency of a low-emissions city car. This model is in fact the latest commitment in terms of technical excellence through product and technological innovation. For Land Rover these innovations include the first SUV with Electronic Traction Control, anti-lock brakes and Stop/Start technologies, air suspension, Hill Descent Control and Terrain Response. When it comes to Jaguar, these innovations include the development of the modern disc brake first seen on the Jaguar C-TYPE and more recently the first pyrotechnic deployable bonnet safety elements on the Jaguar XK and the first aluminum monocoque body on the XJ.

These cars along with a 1949 Land Rover series I Troop review, a 1966 Land Rover series II Military Escort, two Royal review Range Rovers from 1974 and 2002, a 1961 Jaguar E-TYPE Series I and a 2002 Daimler X308 Super V8 Saloon have been transported back along the Queen's 1953 Coronation route. This even is a celebration of innovation, excellence and industry through trade and craft. These are all the details available on the matter for now, at least.