Bertone Jaguar B99 Concept at the Geneva 2011

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Vehicle Body studio Bertone presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011 an unusual concept car Jaguar B99, which looks like a cross between the Ford Interceptor concept of 2007 and the previous generation of the Jaguar XJ. The car is 4.5 meters long is characterized aggressive front end with a bold grille, low roof, hinged doors with no B-pillar and numerous chrome decor. The interior concept designed in minimalist style with the absence of a central console, but with a dash that stretches across the entire cabin. Finishing made of natural wood and aluminum inserts. As expected, Jaguar B99 Concept is equipped with a hybrid power plant, the major role that is played by two electric motors with total capacity of 578 hp, powered by lithium-ion batteries. The electric concept can overcome a hundred kilometers, then in the case enters the engine, the specification for which was not disclosed. We only know that the power unit acts as a generator and can increase mileage up to 700 kilometers decent. But only one in the B99 studio Bertone did not stop. At the booth of the race it turned out to be exposed to a variant of the concept, called B99 GT Concept. It is characterized by a wider body, a huge rear wing, diffuser completely insane size and complex front bumper. The wide side sills derived concept pipes vypusnoy system and complete picture of the “battle” coloring body and big 19-inch alloy wheels, “shod” in low-profile racing tires Pirelli PZero. The movement of the racing version of the Jaguar B99 GT Concept is already four electric motors with total dedication to 986 hp, while the salon was and cleared for weight reduction.

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