Top Gear drives the Jaguar C-X75
Before Jaguar put its 220mph, hybrid C-X75 hypercar on ice, TG got a drive…
Posted: 29 Apr 2014
And all this is the fundamental chassis we're talking about, without any overlay of electronic gizmology. There's an e-diff on-board, and there's the possibility of torque-vectoring front to rear. Williams's chassis engineer Simon Newton has been separately calibrating them, but he doesn't want anyone to try them until he's settled the voodoo of making them work to reinforce one another. Once again with the C-X75, research continues because it's useful to Jaguar as a whole, not just this car.