Remember the C-X75? It could've been Jaguar's modern hybrid supercar, first introduced in 2010 and featured in the James Bond film Spectre. Unfortunately, Jaguar decided against putting the C-X75 into production, instead turning its focus on building electric cars like the I-Pace. But it did build a few prototypes, as well as a handful of stunt cars for the James Bond film. This is one of those cars, and it's for sale. You should buy it.
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Of the seven cars Jaguar built for the film, four were stunt vehicles, according to . This car, number 001, at a dealership in England called Kaaimans International. Unsurprisingly, the price isn't listed. Because it's a stunt car, the interior isn't production-ready, but it's not some hacked together job, either. Inside it looks like a stripped out race car, which is just fine by us.
In the C-X75 concept, the engine is a twin-charged (super- and turbocharged) inline four-cylinder mounted behind the cabin that's two electric motors up front. The Spectre C-X75s used 5.0-liter supercharged V8s, though. Horsepower isn't stated, but we can imagine it's pretty quick. Also, have you seen this thing? It looks absolutely stunning. It really is a shame Jaguar didn't build it in big numbers.
If you've always wanted to own a C-X75, but didn't think you could because Jaguer never actually put it into production, this might be your only chance. If I had the money, I'd probably be on a plane to the United Kingdom right now.