Jaguar producers are seriously considering building a limited-production of the C-X75 concept presented at the auto show hosted by the French capital, inspired most probably by the Porsche’s development on the hybrid 918 Spyder. Information released so far speaks about almost 2,000 units to be launched on the market annually.
Considering production methods and costs, a firm number has to be decided concerning the C-X75`s volume and the next would be for the British automaker to try and prove that futuristic micro gas turbines are proper for a consumer vehicle.
The head of the advanced powertrain development, Tony Harper, considers that the implementation of the turbine technology require two or three years and another three to four years to integrate this technology into a vehicle.
Whether this period of time will be respected or not, only time will tell, but I can say for sure that, no matter what, it will have the same fresh and inspired look.
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