Spectre villain’s Jaguar C-X75 could leave Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 in the dust

We were all troubled by the fact that the bespoke Aston Martin DB10 bequeathed to James Bond in the upcoming Spectre movie is fitted with a V8 rather than a powerful V12. And while we fret over how this could be a pro or a con, we’re faced with another scenario that happens to make the headline here. The Jaguar C-X75 rolls in with more swag and power that could well leave the agent in the dust.

On the inside it comes rigged with a powerful 1.6-litre turbo and supercharged four-cylinder engine that also has an electric drive system. What is more worrying for Bond fans is the fact that this monster of a car harnesses all those specifications to conjure a power of 850 hp. The car can do an easy still to 100 mph in just six seconds! There’s word that it could touch top speeds of 220 mph. Now we see why Mr. Hinx could do with what has been given to him. We wish our favorite spy all the luck he can have in catching up with this bad, bad boy on wheels.
For car fans, there’s nothing much to do and wish for other than catching both, the Aston Martin DB10 and the Jaguar C-X75 on screen. Both will not hit supply chains anytime soon. Both cars will engage in a captivating car chase on the streets of Rome in the new movie.

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