Only last month did we ... hang on, we've already done that intro. But the story is more or less the same. There has been sufficient oohing and ahhing over the wild Jaguar C-X75 hybrid/jet turbine supercar concept (zero to 60 mph in under 3.4 seconds; zero to 200 mph in 17.5 seconds) after the 2010 Paris Motor Show that now the company is thinking about making it into a production car, perhaps up to 2,000 per year. Apparently, it all rests on Jaguar being able to make the turbine engines. The company has said it will spend two to three years working on that tech before spending another three to four developing the rest of the car. So that's, erm, about seven years to wait. Hah, they might have developed antimatter drive by then.