Jaguar/Land Rover sold 232,839 vehicles worldwide in 2010, and in an era in which gas-guzzling SUVs are said to have futures as bright as rectums, less than one-third of those were Jaguars.
Jaguar is targeting CO2 emissions of less than 99 grams per kilometer and 31 miles of EV running, along with a sub-three-second 0-to-60 time and a top speed beyond 200 mph.
Along with that sinister paint scheme, there's an extra 10 horsepower and unique 19-inch Boxster Spyder wheels.
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