2011 Jaguar C-X75 will consider producing the sporty C-X75, with no less than 780 horses. The series will be limited to 2,000 units per year, but two production levels are being tested, both with 2,000 units / year, with about 1,000 units per year.
lower output, it has the advantage of lower production costs because of automation would be lower. As early as 2000 units per year of manufacture, production costs are higher
In any case, if the production model according to the concept of style, and electric propulsion, and even a small turbine would take at least seven years of sport has come to the road.
The concept Jaguar C-X75 is both a celebration of 75 years of Jaguar's iconic design and a look to the future of automotive technology designed as a large two-seat electric sports car, the Jaguar C-X75 explores the outer limits of performance and sustainability. With the plug-in capacity of Jaguar C-X75 can get a zero tailpipe emissions range of 110 kilometers (68 miles) - three times around the peripheral of Paris - when running on battery power alone, plus a maximum speed of 330 kmh (205 mph) and blistering acceleration.
The propulsion system Jaguar C-X75 combines powerful 580kW 145kW (195bhp) electric motor at each wheel for exceptional performance. In the center of the seat state of the art, mounting medium micro gas turbines. These can produce 140kW (188bhp) to charge the batteries and extend the reach of the car to 900 kilometers (560 miles) or on the track to provide additional energy directly to electric motors. The four electric motors provide torque vector, the four-wheel drive and manage essential in a car that produces 580kW (778bhp) and 1600nm (£ 1 180 ft) of torque.
The concept was first tried in 1970, American and Japanese car manufacturers. But C-X75 has a different turbine engine to charge batteries using fashion extender regional jets, such as the Chevy Volt, rarely four wheels, but may be asked to provide more electricity for four engines to 145kW.
Each of the four electric motors in the wheel hub (each weighing 50 kg) and the element of super C-X75 is evident when we look at performance figures stated, there is 780bhp on tap and a madman £ 1,578 feet figures frankly that "little by little to get used to the electric age.
And here's the catch: the batteries are charged by the pair of small turbines, which rotate independently or in sequence up to 80,000 rpm to provide a modest 95 hp each, and therefore responsible - claims Jaguar - for CO2 only 28g/km.
Jaguar C-X75: condemnation AUTO
One of the surprises of exposure: 0 to 62 mph in 3.4sec, top speed 205 mph and as a supermodel, the C-X75 is one of the cars of the most interesting news to come along this year.
Take a look inside, too. No wood, no chrome, but a lot of polished aluminum and blasting. It is very modern - reminds us that we have a new car in the RD-6 concept a decade ago. This is a line in the sand for Jaguar and can not wait to see production cars that bull.