What exactly defines a vehicle that is built? I can argue in a multitude of directions for the sake of it, but ultimately, I believe a vehicle that's "built" is one that's produced for the public's consumption.
It's not a prototype or a vehicle built for engineering purposes.
So, by my definition, the Jaguar C-X75 does not fit. Sure, five of them exist and can be driven but the reality is that no more will be built and no one that's not a member of the media or Jaguar employee will be able to drive one. The C-X75 won't wind up in someone's driveway, and that's a shame.
Looking like an XJ220 with some inspiration from the XJ13, this supercar Jaguar is out of this world. With total output in the 900 horsepower range, it would have made a formidable competitor to the likes of the latest and greatest from Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche.
But we'll only be able to speculate as it got the axe.
In a properly insightful review and video, learn everything there is to know about one of the greatest Jaguars that will never be built.
The Jaguar C-X75 should have been Jaguar's entry in to the hypercar world. Instead it was killed early in its development. There are five prototype C-X75s still doing the rounds, only 40 people have had a go in them and Alex is one of them.