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
The scissor doors open into a cabin that doesn't ask you to bend to its will. You sit straight without having to crick your neck or distort your spine. In other words, Jaguar has resisted the temptation to chip away at the human-package space to make room for the engine, battery, motors, 14 radiators and all this car's bulky mechanical complications. And yet Jag has still kept kith-and-kin close to the look of the original 2010 Paris show car, the machine everyone clamoured that Jaguar go right ahead and build.