The Jaguar C-X75 is a plug-in hybrid supercar that Jaguar unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The car was named in honour of Jaguar's history, with 75 standing for Jaguar's 75th anniversary.
Jaguar's original concept used 2 diesel-driven micro-turbines to charge batteries powering 4 YASA electric motors, one per wheel. Jaguar thought this design was too space-aged.
The powerplant is a 1.6L I4 engine with both a turbocharger and a supercharger to create 502 bhp as well as two electric motors that provide an additional 390 bhp. Jaguar claims that the C-X75 is theoretically capable of reaching a top speed of 220 mph (354 km/h).
The C-X75 was planned to enter a limited production run with help from the Williams F1 Team but the plan was dropped in late 2012. Five prototype units were built in total.