Jaguar and Williams F1 set for UK-made hybrid car

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The C-X75 uses a mixture of internal combustion power and electric motors (AFP, Ben Stansall)

Indian-owned automaker Jaguar has joined forces with Formula One racing group Williams to produce a British-made commercial model of their hybrid C-X75 supercar, the pair announced on Friday.

"I'm proud today to confirm that we will build, we will launch and we will sell a road-going version of the C-X75," said Adrian Hallmark, global brand director of Jaguar Cars, at a press conference in central London.



Jaguar, which was bought by India's top vehicle maker Tata Motors three years ago, had unveiled the prototype C-X75 supercar at the Paris Car Show last September.

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