Mark Antar Design
Indeed, 6th. And this may add to your depression:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z24ZuCdaC9EAs an enthusiast, this depresses me because that is one gorgeous Hypercar and I think it sounds phenomenal. In fact, I just heard a clip of the 2013 Formula One engine and to me, it doesn't sound half as good as this Jag. Maybe it just takes on even more desirability when you know it won't be made, but this would have ranked 2nd for me, right behind the P1, I think. Bloody awesome looking car.
Got that right! Would have been a legend like the XJ. did it really weigh 1700kg?Car stylists seem to have most trouble getting the rear wheel arches right. I rarely see a good job.
This car has got that, and the rest of the design nailed.
Those five prototypes are going to be worth some serious cash in the future.
Given the spec of the batteries and electric motors, the weight looks about the same as the Porsche.Got that right! Would have been a legend like the XJ. did it really weigh 1700kg?
The article stated it uses the lightest batteries(bespoke) in the market
Same carbon chassis/cage like P1 LaFerrari n 918. way smaller engine than the three. I don't get it?
On par or better than the 918 Spyder, very impressive indeed.......if it does only end up being 5 produced, this will be a legendary car ala XJ13Given the spec of the batteries and electric motors, the weight looks about the same as the Porsche.
EVO gives it a favourable comparison to the 918.
I guess the naysayers, who said it was bound to be inferior to the other three, only had a four pot engine, it's a Tata, blah, blah, influenced the decision to put it into production.
It's now become apparent the level of technology, with the partnership of Williams Advanced Engineering, was at least equal to the others.
That made the asking price seem quite reasonable in retrospect.
Another great British marketing disaster