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Road-legal Jaguar C-X75 for sale

24 January, 2024

One of the handful of Jaguar C-X75 supercars built for SPECTRE (2015) has been made road-legal and is now for sale.

Road-legal Jaguar C-X75 for sale Kaaimans International

The super rare sportscar will be offered by Kaaimans International for around £2.5 million according to the website This is Money.

In the movie SPECTRE, the Jaguar is driven by Mr Hinx (Dave Bautista) who chased James Bond (Daniel Craig) in his Aston Martin DB10.

Seven C-X75s were used during filming in total, though two were genuine prototype C-X75 hybrids, both used only for slow-moving and interior shots and have been retained by manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover for its own collection.

All Jaguar C-X75 cars for SPECTRE

The movie cars were built by William Advanced Engineering.

Each of the movie-exclusive C-X75s featured a V8 engine taken from the Range Rover Sport SVR and had a unique space-frame chassis (much cheaper than the genuine C-X75 carbon fibre tub) and upgraded suspension to perform jumps during filming. 

They were also fitted with manual handbrakes, gearboxes and clutches to make jaw-dropping skids in front of the Colosseum in the movie easier to master.

Road-legal Jaguar C-X75 for sale Kaaimans International stunt dashboard switches

One was converted into a 'pod car', with a seat and all driving controls encased in a roll cage mounted on the roof so stunt drivers can manoeuver the vehicle during scenes with Spectre henchman, Mr Hinx, played by actor Dave Bautista, filmed sitting in the car.

One of the four was offered at RM Sotheby's Abu Dhabi auction in November 2019 with an estimate of $800,000 to $1.2m but it failed to make its reserve and didn't sell.

Road-legal Jaguar C-X75 for sale Kaaimans International 001 007

Another one has now been made road-legal and is being sold for a client by luxury and supercar dealer Kaaimans International in the UK. The chassis number of this Jaguar C-X75 ends with the iconic '007'.

According to This is Money, the Jaguar movie car '007' currently is one of two C-X75s currently owned by the collector client, who previously bought the '001' chassis model (the same one that originally didn't sell in Abu Dhabi). This he plans to keep for himself. But the '007' chassis model is up for sale. 

Road-legal Jaguar C-X75 for sale Kaaimans International doors open

Both are the subject of detailed work with specialists to make them properly driveable and road legal, says Gary Tolson, co-owner of supercar specialists Kaaimans International based in Tollerton, Nottinghamshire, which is handling the sale.

Conversion work to the stunt cars to comply with road legal status includes new fuel tanks; a new emissions-compliant exhaust system; a new speedometer; a proper handbrake; replacement glass; new carbon fibre; upgrade of electrics, electronics and parts where necessary; electric mirrors; and new interior trim and seats.

Road-legal Jaguar C-X75 for sale Kaaimans International orange jag

Mr Tolson said: 'It's a very rare car with an impeccable Bond pedigree. It'll cost around £1m to convert it so the price we're looking for it to fetch will be around £2m to £2.5m. We expect the work to be completed soon ready for sale in early Spring.'

For more information, contact Kaaimans International.

Photos by for Kaaimans International

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