Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Jaguar C-X75 from the Dunhill perspective

Dunhill has a thing about cars, always has had. So when Jaguar unveiled its C-X75 concept at the Paris Auto show, the people at the gentleman's outfitters must have been salivating over their car coats at what they could do to pay tribute to such a feat of engineering.

The C-X75 offers a nod to the XJ-13 that was built in the mid-1960s for Le Mans and is powered by four electric generators, two jet turbines and a diesel engine.

Quite a machine, and very fitting for a Dunhill film.

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