Jaguar is going through a bit of a design boom at the moment. The English brand was always known for luxury and quality but had fallen a bit stale in their designs, with the results often being boxy and stuffy with no real originality. That has thankfully changed over the last decade as a string of sexy and high quality Jaguars have emerged.
One such car was the Jaguar C-X75, a car designed to be the successor to the classic 1990s supercar, the XJ220. The car has been going through development and Jaguar has released some images and details about the progress. Taking a look at the car we can definitely see the references to the XJ220, but there is no doubt that this is a modern cat.

This roaring “Jag” is powered by an incredible 1.6L four-cylinder hybrid engine (developed by Williams F1) and will get you licking the road at a top speed of 220mph and 0-62mph in 3 seconds. Amazing that such a small power unit can achieve such performance; this could be THE supercar of next year.