Jaguar Press Conference from the 2010 Paris Motor Show - VIDEO ENHANCED


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Jaguar C-X75 unveiled Wednesday evening

PARIS - September 30, 2010: Performance through innovation has always been a Jaguar hallmark. From the beginning, cars such as the C-Type and D-Type pioneered aluminium construction, aerodynamic design, racing monocoques and disc brakes. Jaguar presented a live press conference webcast this morning at the 2010 Paris Motorshow to demonstrate that the company is still leading the field in automotive design and technology.


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