The Jaguar C-X75 is a concept vehicle produced by Jaguar specifically for 2015 film Spectre.

Real life

Originally seen as a concept car in 2010 at the Paris Motor Show Jaguar were thinking of putting the striking concept car into production. Three years later, Jaguar produced several pre-production prototypes and invited several journalists to drive it.

Things were looking promising, then suddenly Jaguar canned the C-X75 project altogether, due to financial problems.

In March 2015 however Jaguar brought the C-X75 back, 7 cars were specially made just for Spectre along with several modified Land Rover Defenders and a Range Rover Sport SVR.

Spectre (film)

It is used by Mr. Hinx to chase James Bond on the streets of Rome, Italy after sabotaging one of SPECTRE's conferences. 007 then proceeds to use the flamethrower feature of the DB10 when in front of the car, causing it to go up in flames. The appearance of the car in the film just showcased what the C-X75 can do, but it didn't mean that production of the car would be revived.


The car is shown to have no gadgets in the film.


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