Jaguar's C-X75 is the supercar that wasn't. A series of events conspired to convince Jaguar to kill the project after building five development models. When the James Bond film Spectre went into production, the producers wanted it for their movie, and Jaguar obliged with seven cars. Four of them were stunt cars and this C-X75 is one of those four. Little is known about this car from the movie. The concept was powered by a 778 horsepower, twin-turbo engine, but the cars made for the film more than likely have something from Jaguar's current lineup. Most likely built with a tube frame, this C-X75 probably doesn't have the performance of the planned production model — but it is a beautiful what-if supercar and a piece of Jaguar and movie history.