Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Check out the $1 million Jaguar villain car from James Bond's 'Spectre'

In "Spectre" — James Bond's 24th adventure, which opened recently  — the car driven by the villain got as much attention as, if not more than, 007's iconic Aston Martin (a DB10, this time around). In the film, a villainous henchman, called "Mr. Hinx," driving an orange Jaguar C-X75, engages in a high-speed chase with Bond's bespoke Aston through the streets of Rome.
Although Bond's Q-prepared Aston Martin is an absolute work of art, one can't help but be impressed by the sexy, or possibly terrifying, Jaguar.
"The C-X75 programme represents the pinnacle of Jaguar's engineering and design expertise," Jaguar global brand director Adrian Hallmark said in a statement. "It is arguably the world's fastest test-bed for the world's most advanced technologies, combining as it does a remarkable hybrid powertrain with awe-inspiring performance."
For most people, the Jaguar C-X75 is a stunning movie prop. But the reality is that the car has lived a short, but eventful, life filled with stunning achievement and untapped potential.

The Jag features a standard supercar layout, with its engine mounted behind the driver, but in front of the rear wheels.

For most people, "Spectre" will be the first time they set eyes on the menacing Jag supercar.

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