Jaguar C-X75 Plug-in Hybrid Supercar drives 850 ponies

by Gareth Mankoo

From all the cars we have seen in recent times that jump from still to 100 in near to no time, we haven’t had a large hoarde come in from Jaguar. Just why we’re pleased to see the C-X75 Plug-in Hybrid Supercar that produces about 850 horsepower and is positioned as the company’s first carbon composite monocoque chassis design and a plug-in hybrid powertrain. It can jump from stationary to 100 mph in under six seconds, powered with an all-wheel-drive! Jaguar has teamed up with Williams Advanced Engineering to build the car that is as efficient as a low-emissions city car. The power is managed by a Formula-1 styled 1.6L four-cylinder turbocharged and supercharged engine. In addition to this are two electric motors, which add an additional 390 horsepower. The car tops at 220 mph and can cover a distance of up to 37 miles in full EV mode.

Jaguar stake the claim of highest continuously rated power PHEV pack in the world, through the C-X75. It is said to be capable of delivering more than 300kW over the full state of the charge window.









[Via – Inhabitat]

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