2010 JAGUAR C-X75 CONCEPT
The celebration of the historical 75 years of Jaguar and a glimpse at what the future holds for the automotive industry have lead to the birth of Jaguar C-X75. The design is patterned after a more poignant language harmonized with modern fashion with the use of outstanding technology and research. It boasts of its use of lightweight and recycled metals like aluminum, making the car weight-saving and environment-conscious. Its form and design speak for its highly efficient aerodynamics, the key to its acceleration up to 100 km/h within 3.4 seconds.
The C-X75 also caters what is comfortable to the driver through its electronically adjustable instrument binnacle, steering wheel and pedal box. This four-wheel drive car can also run for a 110-kilometer distance without emissions through the six hours-charged Lithium-ion batteries. The C-X75 is capable of producing immense amounts of grips and down-force because of its sleekness and compactness brought about by an underbody by Venturi and exhaust gas control.
2011 LOTUS ELITE PROTOTYPE
The arrival of the 2010 Lotus Elite comes from integrating the newest technological developments of Lotus with the imaginative and playful elegance in design. Its body is compact yet still has a superb and graceful unassuming modern classic look. It is a perfect example of ironies in sports cars. Its light weight of 1650 kg is fit for racing yet it still guarantees the compactness of the vehicle. Its V8 cylinder engine with a capacity of five liters allows a dynamic high-performance, yet shows a low emission of carbon dioxide, roughly only 215 g/km of CO2.
The power has also an integrated energy recovery system stirring up 612 hp and 720 Nm of torque. It can accelerate to 100 km in an average of 3.6 seconds, with the top speed at 315 km/h. Lotus has planned and developed more technologies that are utilized in the Elite; examples of which are the hybrid technology with KERS and the slick retractable hard top version.