Pic Of The Week: Jaguar C-X16

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If you don't yet know about the new Jaguar C-X16, the stunning 'production-concept' coupe that's set to wow Frankfurt showgoers next week then a) where have you been? and b) read all about it in our previous story on the C-X16.

Before you do that of course, do take the time to download our wallpaper of Jaguar's new coupe, and possibly to drool just a little bit.

Then, while you're reading up on the new car, pondering its eight-speed transmission, 3.0-litre supercharged six-cylinder engine and KERS-style hybrid powerboost system, you can also think on the fact that a production version is on the way next year, with prices starting from around £50k. Oh, magnificent loveliness...

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  • marcosgt 16 Sep 2011

    Looks ok, but I'll reserve judgement until I see one in the metal.

    However it turns out, it'll just be another car I can't afford biggrin

    Where are all the truly affordable, desireable cars?

    M

  • chrisjl 16 Sep 2011

    Beefmeister said:
    chrisjl said:
    "Supersize" is currently clocking in at a distinctly un-super 1024x768. "Super" these days should mean at least 2560x1440.
    SuperSize (2048x1536)

    confused
    Maybe it's been fixed then? I was getting a very lo-fi 1024x768.

  • Beefmeister 12 Sep 2011

    chrisjl said:
    "Supersize" is currently clocking in at a distinctly un-super 1024x768. "Super" these days should mean at least 2560x1440.
    SuperSize (2048x1536)

    confused

  • kazino 11 Sep 2011

    It looks amazing well proportioned, surprised it's so wide

  • chrisjl 10 Sep 2011

    "Supersize" is currently clocking in at a distinctly un-super 1024x768. "Super" these days should mean at least 2560x1440.

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