The fractured global economy has another causality: The Jaguar C-X75 supercar has been scraped.

Jaguar's Global brand director Adrian Hallmark confirmed the decision, noting logically that it is inappropriate to sell a $1.5 million car in the current market. However, the concept—first introduced in Paris at the 2010 motorshow—will leave behind five working prototypes. One will be kept in the Jaguar museum (a future enterprise), one for running demonstrations, and the final three may go up for auction.

Paging Mr. West...

[via Autocar]