Jaguar C-X75 was revealed

Jaguar C-X75 was revealed

Jaguar automaker has recently released the new Jaguar C-X75 concept supercar, possibly becoming the first mega performance car model from Jaguar ever since the 1994 cancellation of the XJ220. The car will be a real bombshell as it is to race 300 km/h (186 mph) in only 15.7 seconds, the Bugatti Veyron remaining a second behind. One cannot fool himself to believe that this is an all-electric model because the car uses two small turbine engines which are capable of running on compressed natural gas, diesel, biofuel and LPG. Due to its turbines, the car becomes an extended range hybrid, being thus provided with the capability to travel further than its 68-mile battery-only distance.
What turns out to be even more impressive is the fact that the car can travel 560 miles (900 km) without stopping. This is possible to happen due to lithium-ion batteries and turbines which allegedly spin up to 80,000 rpm.
Jaguar producers state that the UK-sourced turbines have never been used on a car before.
More details concerning the car model, which is 4.6-meter long and 1,350 kg, are to be presented at the Paris Auto Show.