Jaguar C-X75-XJ220 Rendered as the Supercar the Company Dropped to Build EVs

Late last month, Jaguar dropped a (somewhat understandable) electric bomb on us, with the company giving up on the C-X75 supercar production plans to focus on establishing an EV line-up.
Jaguar XJ220 Gets C-X 75 Concept "Facelift" 4 photos
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We're back on the topic to see what would happen if the XJ200, the Jag that will always remain in our hearts no matter what the future brings, received a... facelift.

We are, of course, talking about a digital contraption, with art label Yasid Design deciding to give the XJ220 a serious refresh. And to keep things as close to the real world as possible, the pixel master turned to C-X75 Concept styling cues.

We're talking about an artist who sometimes likes to mess up big names for the fun of it, but, as Yasid Design explains below, this wasn't the case here: "This is what you get then you bring in an XJ 220 and you slap a C-X75 concept facelift on, with of course some wider flares just for the sake of it. No Bolt-on fenders as we did not want to make a mess right? I also did not go with the Silk Cut livery. I gave it a try with the BBS, and hated it. British Racing Green ftw. Dropped on some of my favorites at the moment: HRE Performance Wheels,"

And while the result might bee too much for some, we'd love to see this in the flesh carbon fiber. For instance, the Goodwood Festival of Speed would be ideal for the introduction of such a machine, but this is another story for another time.

Interestingly, an important part of the 1s and 0s you see in the image above come from fan suggestions, as the render bearer has held a Facebook live session while "building" the car. If you happen to be curious about what happens during such an art-generating
brainstorming, you can check out the video below.

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