In this track ready version of the Cayman, Porsche have thrown everything at it in terms of power, and aerodynamic enhancements that remind you this is infact a rather special…
The big brother to Jaguar’s feisty F-Type, this C-X75 showcases the cutting edge of hybrid technologies, blended with carbon composite materials. This entry into the hypercar market is a first for Jaguar, and an absence from the supercar world since we marvelled at the awesome XJ-220. The C-X75 certainly doesn’t lack anything in the performance department, with the on tap 850bhp propelling the car to 100mph in less than 6 seconds, and a theoretical top speed of over 220mph firmly putting it into the same league as the McLaren P1, LaFerrari and Porsche 918.
The C-X75 benefits from an advanced 7-speed automated manual transmission, which allows sub 200 millisecond gearshifts. The exterior is born from the search for aerodynamic perfection, whilst looking damn pretty, the active systems enhance high speed stability, including the aerofoil which alone develops an insane 200kg of downforce. The interior is where leather and carbon fibre meet with a refinement you’d expect from Jaguar.
The C-X75’s Formula 1 inspired hybrid powertrain develops in excess of 850bhp and 1000Nm of torque. 502bhp of this is generated from the compact 1.6L turbo and super-charged four cylinder engine, whilst the onboard electric motor boosts performance even further.
Not forgetting the hybrid electric technology at the heart of this car, the electric only mode will see 60km before needing assistance from the onboard petrol engine. Co2 emissions come in below 89g/km which for a 800bhp+ hypercar you’ll have to admit is pretty impressive. This alone is a reason to ditch the Prius for those shorter city journeys, allowing you to travel in style whilst enjoying the brutal performance and fuel efficiency.Get it! | $ASK