Jaguar’s stunning C-X75 hypercar didn’t make the production cut, but it did make it into the upcoming James Bond flick Spectre where it will star alongside a Land Rover and a Range Rover.
The cancelled 888hp (900) Jaguar C-X75 hybrid will likely be used by the villain of the 24th James Bond adventure, with the film cars built in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering facility in Oxfordshire, England.
Also featured in the movie are heavily modified versions of the classic Land Rover Defender and the firm’s fastest and most powerful model ever, the 550PS (542hp) and 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) supercharged V8 Range Rover Sport SVR.
According to the Jaguar-Land Rover group, the two SUVs were created by the firm’s Special Operations division and feature “huge 37-inch diameter off-road tyres to tackle the extreme terrain” along with “bespoke suspension systems and enhanced body protection”.
The star of the movie, agent 007 played once again by Daniel Craig, will drive a new one-off Aston Martin model named DB10.
Spectre is due in cinemas on November 6, 2015.