However, when Jaguar and Land Rover along with the other marques of Rover, Daimler and Lanchester, were absorbed into the massive conglomerate known as TATA, there was a sense of dread as to what can TATA do that Ford couldn't, and in the five years that Ratan Tata has been in charge, the two brands have changed completely from American ownership.
I will leave it to you to decide, has the cancellation of the C-X75 saved the company from what it describes as the wrong time to introduce a supercar, and the possible financial fall out that that may have caused, or have they really missed the boat, and lost out on a massive opportunity to produce an environmentally acceptable supercar, that has the pedigree of Jaguar behind it, and the engineering of a major Formula one team, along with some of the best co2 figures, top speed, 0-60 times, all packaged up in what has to be one of the most beautiful cars that never made it to full production.
Will Jaguar live to regret it's decision, or will it, as it states, use the technologies it produced in this car for future models.
Personally I think they have made the worst mistake of the decade, this car could have given Jaguar creedance in the environmental argument, it would have also given them a reduction in the corporate CO2 levels, which is something that a lot of manufacturers are struggling with, anyway, it is down to you.
** quotes from Wikipedia
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