Two award-winning Jaguar concepts, the C-X75 and C-X16, will make their Indian market debuts at the New Delhi Auto Expo.
Jaguar's current range comprises the XF, XJ and XK models – each being world-class competitors in their respective sectors – and the stunning C-X75 and C-X16 concepts clearly indicate the company's continued commitment to innovation and investment in future technology.
Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar global brand director, said: "Both the C-X75 and C-X16 won best-in-show awards following their global debuts, and today we're proud to introduce these exciting concepts to the Indian market here at the New Delhi Auto Show.
"In May of 2011, following an incredibly positive reaction to its launch, we announced that the C-X75 concept would be developed into production form, and that process is well-advanced. The C-X75 is destined to be one of the world's most desirable, exclusive, efficient and advanced supercars.
"Reaction to the C-X16 coupe has been equally positive following its debut in Frankfurt during September of last year, and as a vivid evocation in aluminium of Jaguar's future sports car design language, it points to very exciting times ahead."
Shown alongside the C-X75 and C-X16 in New Delhi will be XF, XJ and XK models, the latter in 550PS, 186mph XKR-S form. The most powerful production car Jaguar has ever built, the XKR-S was recently acclaimed '2011 Sports Car of the year' by the respected German magazine Autobild Sportscars. To date, the XF and XJ have jointly received more than 200 global awards.