Top Gear drives the Jaguar C-X75
Jag's hybrid hypercar will star in the new Bond film. Here's what happened when we took it for a spin
Posted: 09 Feb 2015
Here's the savagery. Out of corners, hauling up the straights, the whole effect is significantly emboldened. The type of acceleration, the shape of it, isn't greatly different, but the magnitude is amplified. Barrelling up the straights etches itself deeper into the memory, and slowing at the end becomes a job that demands more insistently that you don't mess up.