"Performance through Innovation has always been the Jaguar brand. From the beginning, cars like the C-Type and D-type pioneer aluminum construction, aerodynamic design, racing monohulls and disc brakes. The X75-C demonstrates that the company continues to lead in automotive design and technology. "
Dr. Ralf Speth, Chief Executive Officer, Jaguar Land Rover
The concept C-X75 is both a celebration of 75 years of Jaguar iconic design and a look at the future of automotive technology. Designed as a two-seater electric supercar range, it explores the outer limits of performance and durability. With plug-in capability of the car can achieve a zero tailpipe emissions range of 110 kilometers (68 miles) - three times around the Paris ring road - when running under the battery alone, in addition to a potential top speed of 330kph (205 mph) and blistering acceleration. The car shows that it is possible to preserve the fundamental values of Jaguar's performance, design and technology with luxury that will make the environmental performance of electric vehicles and a concrete proposal.
The aim was to produce not only the most innovative, but also one of the most beautiful Jaguars, who hinted at an exciting evolution of the language of the award-winning brand design while paying homage to some of his most admired cars past years. Advanced design features a revolutionary propulsion system and active aerodynamics allow a section of fuselage simple and elegant which is stable at high speeds.
"The C-X75 is a tribute to those who shaped icons that the Jaguars are revered to this day. By making an innovative test-bed for future technologies, it also ensures that our reputation for engineering excellence will continue for another 75 years and beyond. "
Mike O'Driscoll, Managing Director of Jaguar Cars
The X75-C system of 580kW propulsion (778bhp) combines powerful 145kW (195bhp) electric motor at each wheel for exceptional performance. At the center of the car seat state of the art, Mid-mounted micro-gas turbines. These can generate 140kW (188bhp) to charge the batteries and extend the reach of the car to a remarkable 900 km (560 miles) - enough to drive from London to Berlin on one tank - or provide in Track additional power directly to electric motors. The four electric motors provide torque vector, the four-wheel drive and handle essential in a car that produces 580kW (778bhp) and 1600Nm (£ 1 180 ft) of torque.
The interior of the car is equally impressive, with driver and passenger seated in front of a sealed air box that houses the micro-gas turbines. The seats are fixed to the wall in a single-seater racing car, and air to power the turbines going smoothly around them through channels in the body structure. With the seats are anchored in place, the steering wheel, controls, cockpit and main crank all settings to the driver.
lighting drama is activated as the driver approaches the car blue phosphor electroluminescent wire lights illuminate the perimeter of the cabin and turbines. When the car is started, an additional blue LED lighting floods the door quietly and cavities speaker partitioning, highlighting the lightweight construction of the car. Custom interior materials include cream and gray leather, polished aluminum and steam jet-feel and a soft neoprene texture.
A new interface for the pilot was also created for the X75-C using high-resolution TFT displays. Drawing on the expertise of 10 years of Jaguar Technology touch screen Jaguar Co-pilot in the center console supports the driver extract the full potential of the C-X75 transparently by the management information.
The C-X75 - at a glance
DESIGN - A celebration of 75 years of beautiful, fast Jaguars opened the way for a new design language
PERFORMANCE - 0-100km / h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds, top speed of 330kph (205 mph) and 80-145kph (50-90 mph) in just 2.3 seconds
PROPULSION SYSTEM - A wide range of electric vehicles-(ER-EV) using a unique combination of electric motors and micro-gas turbines to increase its range of 900 kilometers (560 miles)
EMISSIONS - A zero tailpipe emissions range of 110 kilometers (68 miles) when running on battery only
Sustainable Development - Building on its plug-in load capacity C-X75 produce only 28 grams of CO2 per kilometer on the European driving cycle
CONSTRUCTION - Jaguar Advanced Lightweight aluminum construction techniques offer high gain and economic benefits. In addition, up to 50 percent of the metal content is recycled
AERODYNAMICS ACTIVE - drag coefficient and active support 0.32Cd created through the use of an underbody venturi
THEATRE - A spectacular entrance to the car is created by light hitting electro-luminescent wire that changes to improve the driving experience
SINGLE USER INTERFACE - The Jaguar touchscreen interface manages Co-pilot workload by providing the information the driver needs
MEASUREMENT OF MATERIALS - Interior perfectly combines traditional, leather hand tailored with neoprene panels textured aluminum finishes and two different
Jaguar C-X75 Design - At a Glance
CELEBRATING 75 YEARS - Fully future-oriented, C-X75 marks three quarters of a century of iconic Jaguar design
Future Focus - The current XF, XJ and XK have already won awards for their design and points the way X75 C-language-style future developments
DESIGN SOLUTIONS-LED - An elegant demonstration of how the core values of Jaguar - performance, design, luxury - will be delivered in the future
DESIGN purity - The simple tubular shape outside of the fuselage of the C-X75 has been achieved without sacrificing aerodynamic efficiency
AIRFLOWED INTERIOR - The simple, flowing curves of the interior are inspired by the movement of air turbine
DRIVER FOCUS - The C-X75 suits itself perfectly to the driver through instrument cockpit adjustable steering wheel and pedals
INSIDE THEATER - Unique interior lighting electroluminescent wire welcomes the driver of the car and changes its output based on driving style
CABIN OF TECHNOLOGY - An innovative system of its nano-technology provides active noise and exclusive clock is wound by the acceleration and braking of the car
Unique materials - materials combining custom leather interior Jaguar officers, metal micromesh panels, soft-feel texture and a blend of neoprene polished aluminum surfaces and steam jet
75 years of Jaguar design
For 75 years, Jaguar has been responsible for some of the most iconic road and race car designs ever seen. Calling names will be known to all: XK120, C-Type, D-Type, XJ13, E-Type, XJ220. To that list can now be added to the C-X75, which celebrates three-quarters of a century of beautiful, fast Jaguars being the fastest and perhaps the best concept of all.
Jaguar has a portfolio of award-winning designs in its existing range of XK, XF and XJ models and C-X75 reinforces the approach of design-led brand development product. Created under the direction of Design Director Ian Callum, the concept opens the way to a more emotional design language that best combines contemporary style with world-class research and engineering.
Aficionados will identify elements of the past in the Jaguar C-X75, but the intention was not to look backward but forward. The designers of the C-X75 has remained faithful to the design philosophy of Jaguar's long-standing natural disaster, flowing lines and simple shapes and elegant. When the inspiration of the past has been found was in engineering and innovative design elements functional cars like the 1950 C-Type and D-type racers of 1966 and unique XJ13 Le Mans prototype - a car described by Callum that "perhaps the finest Jaguar ever made. "
Just as the XJ13 acted a testbed for a new engine, the C-X75 also offers the potential positive and inspiring solutions to the challenges posed by environmental concerns. performance cars have always strived for efficiency in terms of strength, agility and dynamics, which also benefits the economy. Using previously unpublished combinations of technology, supercar C-X75 offers a glimpse into the future of Jaguar and its commitment to produce beautiful fast cars powered by sustainable means.
"The C-X75 is a Jaguar should be. He has great balance and grace and at the same time has the power and excitement of a true great. You could say this is as close to an art form as a pure concept car can get and we believe it is a worthy tribute to 75 years of Jaguar iconic design. "
Ian Callum, Design Director of Jaguar Cars
Completed in Jetstream Silver, beautiful proportions of the C-X75, the sculpted lines and powerful position were created, in the words of Julian Thomson, deputy design director and head of the Jaguar Advanced Design Studio in " pull the same emotional chord classic Jaguars, as the riders of D-Type and XJ13. "
The C-X75 takes more than just a sleek look of the previous classical models, however, these cars were also respected for the purity of their genius. C-X75 was created to show the future for luxury automakers like Jaguar. It shows that it is possible to keep the brand values base while offering zero emissions automobiles for most of the time, and the range extender technologies that will make electric vehicles more practical .
Shorter, thinner and less than the current crop of supercars, the exterior design is pure performance with a single central body surrounded by prominent wheel arches. Thank you to the efficiency of packaging provided by the absence of a conventional piston engine, the designers of the car had a maximum of freedom in the placement of mechanical components and creating the package of engineering the most elegant available . Therefore, the car has the most perfect proportions and sense of balance as possible with a compact cabin located centrally between the wheel arches drama. The lines of the supercar are motivating and agile, which suggests a sense of movement and balance.
Aerodynamics are a key factor in designing a supercar capable of accelerating at speeds exceeding 320 km / h of (200 mph). Yet, as Thomson explains, designers are not willing to sacrifice the beauty of the car when it came to creating downforce and stability at high speed:
"Because we want this to be one of the most beautiful Jaguars ever, we took a much more elegant aerodynamics of the C-X75 and exploited the advantages of having an electric drivetrain powered."
Using a venturi underbody and exhaust control directional kept the car as stylish, compact and low as possible while generating huge amounts of grip and downforce. Indeed, the movement of air itself was a key driver behind many design elements that were incorporated into the body. Matt Beavan leading designer reveals how the flow of air into the turbines have helped shape the surfaces of the car itself:
"We wanted to focus on how the air makes its way not only on the car, but is also fed into the air box back. When working at 80,000 rpm, each gas turbine requires 25,000 liters of air per minute, which means that we need a series of carefully polished intakes. "
The two beautifully sculpted aluminum threshold values provided are striking two-tone finish with polished internal focus on their functionality. Above them are two air intakes also that cold feed to a separate turbine cooling system.
The theme of the turbine is also reflected in the beautiful alloy wheels seems to have been carved from a single block of aluminum with a design inspired spoken by the fan blades of the engines themselves. The tires were custom made by Pirelli with an asymmetric tread pattern and wear bold green F1-style racing to the circumference of the tire.
front doors swing-open thanks to technology Jaguar Touch Sense, which raises outwards and upwards to enter the cabin excellent. To maintain the purity of the side profile, designers replaced conventional mirrors with cameras housed in a tail that is an echo of this miniature D-Type - the images are displayed on screens inside the cabin. Behind the doors, fuel costs sitting on either side of the cockpit - reminiscent of the dual-tank on the original XJ6 - which, to access C-X75, respectively, the fuel for the turbines and the point of plug -in battery.
The eye is then drawn into the watertight compartment which houses the two micro-gas turbines and fine structural bracing that supports them. Exposed through the rear window - a bit like the XJ13 - remarkable turbines are presented by their sleek aluminum casing and Texalium tissue lining the engine bay.
The compact packaging of the turbines has allowed the designers additional freedom in the rear of the car, which has the shape of the trailing edge of an airplane wing. It is both functional - incorporating the Venturi wing - and beautiful setting with a strong line and dramatic, full-thin LED taillights.
Jaguar has a long tradition of using the best materials to create a luxurious and cosseting cabin allows the driver to concentrate on the driving experience, culminating in winning the current XJ. With the C-X75, Jaguar beautiful leather mixed with innovative materials and finishes to create a cabin elegantly tailored and focused on the conductor which is defined and inspired by the technology that powers this supercar sustainability.
The two micro-turbines provided great inspiration when designing the interior architecture. The turbines themselves require large amounts of air and driver and passenger are placed in the quiet center of this storm. The soft shapes and surface modifications of the cabin to reflect the movement of air, unseen and unheard by those inside, in the canals that surround it.
The seats are fixed in the rear wall which is part of the airbox feeding the turbines, the integration of driver and passenger not only in structure but also the function of the car. A beautifully formed aluminum profile directs air into the turbines that are supported by brackets cast spiral that seem to arise directly from the headrest of the seats.
Although the cabins Jaguar have always been quiet, comfortable sanctuary for passengers, their focus has remained centered on the conductor. The C-X75 takes this commitment to its logical conclusion by placing the driver closer to the center of the car. Therefore, the cutters cabin itself fully and without compromise to the driver. A rocker switch on the steering wheel brings board wheel and instrument towards the driver, revealing a beautiful polished aluminum surrounds the cockpit. The pedals are also adjustable to create the perfect driving position.
The sense of opportunity and experience generated by the pilot C-X75 is unmatched. Electro-luminescent micro-son and LEDs use vibrant light to create two very different environments in the cockpit, making it feel incredibly dramatic and emphasizing the width of the car. As the driver approaches the car, a bright ring of light over blue phosphor indicates the main directions of extreme plane of the car while driving around the eye-piece bath and bedroom turbine.
When the driver passes the illumination wire is replaced by LEDs emitting blue light emitting phosphor, which minimizes the occupants themselves settle into the cockpit. The soft light from the inside of the doors and cavity wall creates a translucent structures inspired by light aircraft and exhibits signs Bowers & Wilkins nano speakers behind the micromesh. Additional LED behind the dashboard and under the turbines to both facilities seem to "float" within the structure of the car.
The car is started using a switch mounted in the control panel air planes inspiration. Twin turbine hands indicating scan feature dramatically on the edge of the dials and major relief to rest.
When driven in Track cabin changes the character once more - drawing on combat aircraft in combat. Jaguar Touch Screen System Co-Pilot goes stealth and ambient cabin lighting fades to minimize driver distraction. The electroluminescent wire is now the blades of blue light that describe the driver's seat and controls.
The lighting is not the only characteristic that gives a sense of drama and uniqueness of the experience of piloting the C-X75. The train-selector is modeled on the throttle a fighter plane and includes a manual for the turbines, allowing them to operate continuously at maximum load.
A unique, sustainable performance supercar, the C-X75 uses materials that reflect the ideals and design engineering. Cream leather luxury semi-aniline ceramic was chosen for the panel to complete the clean polished aluminum. In contrast, a more technical Storm full aniline leather gray was used on the seats. The leathers have their own story own viability, being the source of Scottish company Bridge of Weir, one of the leather producing the most modern and efficient energy in the world.
To highlight the main engine interface, the cockpit instrument, gear selector and steering wheel parts are covered with a neoprene soft-feel texture. This malleable material has enabled designers to sculpt soft, flowing surfaces that envelop the technical equipment. The leading edges of the cockpit instrument has a smooth satin finish while the later material is covered grain subtly shaped logo "diamond" of the traditional Jaguar.
Reflecting the polished surfaces of work outside of the car, new air conditioning also feature a dual finish although this time it's the opposite, mirror-finish exterior surfaces and steam by spraying inside matte. Inside the vents can be found a honeycomb structure of aluminum similar to that used in aircraft construction.
Jaguar C-X75 Innovation - At a Glance
PERFORMANCE - 0-100km / h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 330kph (205 mph) and 80-145kph (50-90 mph) in just 2.3 seconds
EFFICIENCY - explores the outer limits of the Extended-Range Electric Vehicle (EV-ER) technology with CO2 emissions of just 28g/km and a range of 900 kilometers (560 miles)
ZERO EMISSIONS - Charging the C-X75 from a domestic power supply takes six hours and allows the car to operate with zero tailpipe emissions in electric mode only for 110 kilometers (68 miles)
PROPULSION SYSTEM - 2 x 70 kW (94bhp) micro-gas turbines and plug-in lithium-ion batteries provide power to four electric motors each rated at 145kW (195bhp) and 400 Nm (£ 295 ft) of torque. These in turn provide four-wheel disc
CONSTRUCTION - Jobs Jaguar Advanced Lightweight aluminum construction techniques. In addition, up to 50 percent of the metal content is recycled
Active aerodynamics - A system includes a venturi underbody spoiler and mobile directional control of exhaust gas to provide maximum support without using spoilers
DRIVER - A cockpit instrument electrically adjustable, steering wheel and pedals ensures the car is perfectly suited for the driver
Man-machine interface - complex data systems of the car are shown on three screens and information can be transferred and filtered between views as needed
Jaguar C-X75 - Innovation
"This evocative showcase 75 years of heritage of performance, the X75-C also demonstrates Jaguar's commitment to develop advanced engineering solutions to the challenges of the future development of the automobile. The supercar shows that Jaguar will continue to build beautiful fast cars that generate their performance in a sustainable manner. "
Ian Hoban, line director, Jaguar Cars
The Jaguar C-X75 is a demonstration of high performance technology and innovation. The 330kph (205 mph) supercar with four-wheel drive is capable of 100 km / h reached (62 mph) from rest in 3.4 seconds with zero tailpipe emissions during urban use. Even in the range extending mode, it emits only 28 grams of CO2 per km with its ultra-efficient micro-gas turbines that provide free to the four 145kW (195bhp) electric motors.
A record six-hour battery charge lithium-ion battery provides electric range of only 110 km (68 miles). However, as a Range-Extended Electric Vehicle
(ER-EV), the C-X75 range eliminates the anxiety that currently prevents the widespread adoption of electric vehicles. The innovative Twin turbine can charge the batteries of the car on the fly, allowing the supercar travel 900 km (560 miles) between fill-ups or, in Track, automatically feed directly to additional electric motors to allow the car than 330kph (205 mph).
In creating the C-X75, Jaguar, under the government-sponsored Technology Strategy Board (TSB), worked closely with other UK companies, each of which is at the forefront of its field. The TSB is an organization that brings together public companies in a range of programs to stimulate innovation by focusing on sustainability. Jaguar partners in this project are Bladon Jets, managers of micro-gas turbines and drives generators that provide SR reluctance.
The decision to use technology originally developed for aerospace applications has been obvious in view of both Britain and the heritage of Jaguar in this area. Born in Coventry, a short distance from the site of what became the Jaguar Browns Lane plant history, Sir Frank Whittle is credited with developing the jet engine gas turbine. It is the concept of Whittle has been refined by Bladon Jets supplier in the pact, the powertrain effectively used by Jaguar in the C-X75.
Jaguar itself an aviation heritage, a large number of past Jaguars - C-Type and D-Type E-Type - were shaped by aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer. aircraft technology inspiration also led to the development of tubular aluminum frame around which the Jaguars Mans The start-winners have been constructed, the same technique used today in the C-X75.
For C-X75 Bowers & Wilkins, a supplier of exclusive premium audio systems for Jaguar, explored the future audio technology to develop a product that offers unmatched sound quality while energy demand extremely low.
Advanced lightweight aluminum construction
Jaguar's expertise in the use of aluminum goes back more than 50 years in the first XK120, through the slight X350 E-Types and pioneer of the new XK and XJ 2010. With this development it that Jaguar fully realized the benefits of the lightweight metal performance, agility, economy and durability in a luxury car, creating a lead of its competitors do not still close.
The C-X75 naturally follows the same construction techniques of an extruded aluminum chassis and aerospace-inspired glued paneled in the same area, making it much lighter than the current supercar. Not only that weight gain is crucial in a car with extreme performance envelope, but aluminum is one of the most easily recyclable metals, stimulates the sustainability of the X75-C and its speed. As the current XJ, up 50 percent of the structure of the supercar is made from recycled aluminum.
Aerodynamics has always played an important role in the design of the legendary Jaguar designer Malcolm Sayer raising it in an art form in cars like the XJ13, the prototype from which the C-X75 draws its inspiration.
Jaguar today aims to reduce the drag coefficient of its future models to increase energy efficiency. The C-X75 has presented the challenge of managing the volume of air needed by the turbines. To achieve this active aerodynamics were used for the first time on a Jaguar.
Opening the front grille and brake cooling vents only when necessary, Jaguar has increased the aerodynamic efficiency of the design dramatically. In the back corners of the car control vertical surfaces engage automatically at speeds above the direct air flow behind the rear wheels for better stability and efficiency.
The rear diffuser in carbon fiber, a crucial element in the direction of airflow under the car and the creation of support includes an aerodynamic force, which lowers automatically as speed increases. Vanes in the exhaust port before changing the direction of gas flow to further increase the efficiency of the Venturi tunnel.
Jaguar has already made a significant commitment to developing future generations of cars that minimize their environmental impact. Jaguar aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by a quarter over the next five years as a business is £ 800 invested in the search for innovative solutions to sustainability challenges ahead.
The C-X75 is capable of operating in all electric, emissions exhaust zero mode for 110 kilometers (68 miles) on a six-hour national plug-in charge. However, unlike a conventional electric vehicle, the enjoyment of this supercar will not stop there. The innovative, lightweight micro-gas turbines are capable of quickly and efficiently recharge the lithium-ion batteries, giving the car a theoretical range of 900 km (560 miles) and can also automatically feed directly to additional engine mode Track.
This remarkable range extension system is the result of research engineers at Jaguar by adopting a clean-sheet approach to the issue of nutrition supercars of the future. The C-X75 turns to more recent development of a pioneering piece of technology in Colombia: the gas turbine.
British engineering firm Bladon Jets recently achieved a breakthrough in the production of multistage axial compressors - the technology used on all large gas turbines - on a miniature scale and very high tolerances. This increased compression efficiency and micro-gas turbines to the point where they can be considered as a realistic power source. Each micro-gas turbine weighs only 35 kg and produces 70 kW of power at a constant 80,000 rpm.
Because the exhaust gases are part of the active packaging aerodynamics, Jaguar used a specialized coating zirconia and molybdenum. This coating heat resistant peak is regularly used in Formula One cars and is applied in a plasma spraying on the diffuser in carbon fiber to protect against gas escape.
Turbines offer a number of advantages over a piston engine ignition range extending generators. With fewer moving parts and air bags, turbines do not require lubrication oil or water cooling systems, which offers considerable advantages in weight-saving. They can also be run on a variety of fuels, including diesel, biofuels, compressed natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas.
Turbines reach their optimal operating speed and temperature in seconds and can be used over short distances to recharge the batteries without sacrificing fuel consumption or life cycle. Coupled to two voltage generators supplied by the reluctance SR Drives, turbines operate either in sequence or together, depending on energy needs, to quickly and effectively charge the batteries - or provide power directly to electric motors - as dictated by the propulsion control system.
Battery technology is currently the biggest limiting factor in the development of high performance electric vehicle with a realistic range. Jaguar engineers are currently investigating with the main suppliers of the battery in the next generation of power cells to find the best compromise between energy density and power. The batteries used in the C-X75 is an advanced state of composition that offers significant advantages in terms of weight, cycle life, energy density and safety.
Power and Control
The energy generated by the turbines and stored in batteries is transmitted to the road using four independent electric motors. Using individual motors has advantages in terms of weight gain and distribution, packaging and efficiency. Each engine weighs only 50 kg but produces 145kW (195bhp) of power and an amazing torque combined total of 1600Nm (£ 1 180 ft).
Because each wheel is driven by an electric motor, the C-X75 is four wheel drive - with all the traction, grip and security advantages that entails - without the drawbacks of a purely mechanical set-weight up. Inherent in the transmission torque capacity vector independently on each wheel in the speed range. This offers potential benefits in terms of stability and control, creating an infinitely and instantly adjustable traction control system and stability.
The electric motors also produce maximum torque close to zero rpm, which makes the power curve of a traditional thing of the past. In fact, such is the power of the C-X75 is that Jaguar engineers had to artificially limit the torque available from rest to improve the handling of the car. Performance available in the midrange is really surprising. The C-X75 will accelerate from 80-145kph (50-90 mph) in just 2.3 seconds. The quarter-mile sprint takes 10.3 seconds at a terminal velocity of 251kph (156 mph) and acceleration peaks at 0.88G.
This performance also requires amazing awesome braking. Jaguar has already proven to be a system to the task. The C-X75 is equipped with brakes used on the supercharged XFR which in 2009 became the fastest ever Jaguar achieve 363kph (226 mph) at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. In this application, technology, regenerative braking on all four wheels can recharge the batteries while driving. The 380mm internally ventilated front discs and 345mm rear wheels are covered by polished alloy 21 and 22 inches respectively.
The driver-oriented interior of the C-X75 is a declaration of intent to Jaguar, using technology that is fully integrated into the vehicle to enhance the driving experience. In creating the C-X75, Jaguar has forged relationships with other UK companies who share his philosophy of pure engineering and design.
Control of information at your fingertips
As the new XJ, traditional analog instruments have been replaced by a technology of high-resolution TFT-LCD for all three human-machine interfaces (HMI) in the cockpit.
The main display engine information is housed in the cockpit instrument. Needles floating on the periphery of the covers and double sweep round the outer edge to display the status and regime of two turbines. The amount of information that can be displayed needs a new GUI. The design team combined drawings of instrumentation in the new XJ saloon with those of fighter planes to create "gimbal" 3D virtual gauges around which the wrap and turn provide status updates.
Information on speed, acceleration, power generation, power consumption and active status is selected aerodynamic rocker action using paddles on the steering wheel, giving control of the driver on your fingertips all the complex systems the car.
A secondary touch screen "Jaguar Co-Pilot" in the center of the dashboard is angled toward the driver and performs a predictive function, removing superfluous information and allows the driver to concentrate on the task at hand. As its name implies, this seamlessly manages the relationship between car and driver. In sync with technology such as smart-phone calendars for example, it recognizes that the pilot is due to attend a session at the track Mans and provide not just calculate a route, but also suggest the activation patterns of high performance once on the circuit itself. Once accepted by the driver, this information seamlessly to the main screen wipes cockpit.
Both screens operate in three modes:
Standard Mode - The dial on the left displays speed, navigation information is displayed in the center with range and time on the dial to the right. The screen Co-driver is used for data and emissions of the economy.
Track Mode - Changing a straight line to view the available power while the needles surrounding the show interior of the state of the turbine. The screen changes to show co-pilot performance data and lap times.
Heritage - Both screens turn into recess precise instrumentation of classic D-Type, which shows how owners can download their own custom interfaces.
A third, smaller screen mounted low in the center console displays information vehicles.
The need for information screens to be able to display information with timeless clarity led to cooperation with Bremont, a British independent create beautiful mechanical watches are assembled by hand at their workshop in Switzerland. His drawings of aviation inspired and commitment to engineering excellence has seen the company quickly establish itself in the world of authentic luxury.
Jaguar's designers took elements of style MB2 Bremont watch when creating graphics for the time-related elements of the MMI. The result is a perfect combination of Jaguar's traditional warmth and purity and absolute precision.
Bremont has also produced a single clock, which can be mounted in a support turbine of inspiration in the center console. clock mechanism uses the acceleration and braking of the car to keep the wound.
The relationship with Bremont has inspired another element of interior design. The company produces shows, MB1, exclusively for those who have had their lives saved by Martin-Baker ejection seat. To date, this security system developed in Great Britain has recorded more than 7000 people. In recognition of this, unlocking the door Chrome interior of the C-X75 are made of aircraft aluminum and mounted into the base of the seat, in the same position as a lever to eject hunting.
Jaguar has instructed its existing partners in-car entertainment, audio Bowers & Wilkins experts, with the creation of a revolutionary sound system that reveals how the audio technologies have to evolve.
The result is an innovative system that uses dozens of tiny sensor coil arranged in a honeycomb pattern in ultra-thin which allows them to line the doors and rear bulkhead. The boxes, magnets and coils are built by the nanometer and opposite B & W's own material polycrystalline diamond diaphragm, the best available. The network of small speakers literally surround the driver and passenger of a powerful and enveloping sound, but their small size, it is also the power consumption of the system is kept very low.
This system also allowed the development of technology for active cancellation of sound, isolating the cabin from noise produced by wind turbines and creating a peaceful and luxurious cocoon that allows the driver to concentrate on the exercise inherent driving a Jaguar. Similar technology could be used to cancel noise from the outside world by broadcasting the operation of the turbine.
Source: Jaguar Press