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Jaguar to confine turbine-powered C-X75 to track use? [w/poll]

We can appreciate a good track car as much as the next enthusiast, but we're beginning to bemoan their creation as a way out for automakers to charge wealthy customers obscene amounts of money for cars they're not even legally allowed to drive on the road. (As least, not in countries were homologation can't be circumvented with a sufficient bribe to the right bureaucrat. Which we're not entirely sure includes these United States.)

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Jaguar gears up to produce small run of turbine-powered C-X75 supercars

Jaguar has a bit of a tricky history with supercars. The only previous example it actually built was the XJ220, which remains an impressive specimen even 20 years later, even though it never quite lived up to what the original concept car promised those who put down their deposits. Then in 2010 the British automaker unveiled the C-X75 and our hearts stop

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Williams hopes for further collaboration with Jaguar

Could Williams emerge as the outsourced competition department for Jaguar? It very well might if Adam Parr has his way. The chairman of the Williams F1 team and its related subsidiaries is enthusiastic about his company's collaboration with the British automaker, and is keen to see it move forward into new areas.

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Autoblog Podcast #229: Autoblog changes, Jaguar C-X75 and more

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Of Course They Are: Jaguar reportedly investigating C-X75 production

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Report: Jaguar's Paris concept to be called C-X75

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.

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