Top Gear drives the Jaguar C-X75
Before Jaguar put its 220mph, hybrid C-X75 hypercar on ice, TG got a drive…
Posted: 05 Aug 2013
But, best of all, is the steering. Its calibration of weight and directness is spot on, both for easing into fast arcs and for bigger forays into the lock for tight bends. And even if the assistance is electric, there's plenty of road feel, so as the car begins to drift out as it hits a light crest or a slipperier patch, you're kept in the loop. That's a lovely characteristic in a fast car on a wet day. There's no significant understeer. As a matter of fact, with much throttle on, things tend to gentle oversteer. But every time it pays me a visit, its warning and progression help me out.