When the C-X75 was presented at the Paris Motor Show in 2010 it was a wild jet(gas turbine)-electric hypercar that looked surprisingly polished for a concept. The hopes of the automotive world were raised further when Jag announced they would produce the C-X75, with a boosted 4 gas engine replacing the far-fetched turbine, in a limited run of 250 cars.

Unfortunately, production was never started in 2013 as intended and the only C-X75s running around today are the 5 prototypes, each with fully fitted interiors and taunting us with production ready looks, only to be driven by development drivers and the odd automotive publication (lucky bastards).

As XCAR presenter Alex Goy asks - is the C-X75 the greatest production car that never was?