• Sep 27th 2010 at 11:00AM
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At the end of August, Autocar revealed details of a concept car that it said Jaguar would bring to this week's Paris Motor Show. That concept car is now said to have a name – C-X75 – and not much else is known about it beyond the speculation we already have.

Laid out as a pure concept, it reportedly isn't meant for production, but rather to tip Jaguar's hand about the company's future plans for design, luxury and sustainability while celebrating the marque's 75th anniversary (hence the name). That means we can probably expect a glimpse of a new grille treatment and supposedly a V6 hybrid powertrain, both indicative of what could be seen on the next generation of Leaping Cats that will begin arriving in 2012.

[Source: Top Speed]

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      • 4 Years Ago
      XJ-220 successor please!
      • 4 Years Ago
      What a way to celebrate...with a hybrid. *slaps forehead*
      • 4 Years Ago
      Go Jaguar! Looking forward to it.
      • 4 Years Ago
      The only thing about Jaguar's pure concepts that I don't like is that we can't have them.

      Fuore XF 10, R-D6, and F-Type all come to mind.

      Its a little surprising that they are already releasing a future design direction concept considering that the current language has only been on the road since 2008 and has yet to infiltrate across the entire line. Still, i'm excited to see what Ian Callum and Co. have come up with; hopefully with a concept interior too.
      • 4 Years Ago
      it had better be a coupe... but this time one that looks... u know, stunning... vs drab.