Visitors to the Heritage Motor Centre this weekend will get a rare opportunity to see one of the world’s latest and most stunning concept cars – the Jaguar C-X75.

Launched in Paris in September, the C‑X75 is making an international tour of motor shows and events but will make a special appearance at the Heritage Motor Centre, at Gaydon, for three days only, starting Friday.

The C‑X75 concept is both a celebration of 75 years of iconic Jaguar design and a look into the future of automotive technology.

Designed as a range-extended electric two-seater supercar, it explores the outer limits of both performance and sustainability.

The car is powered by four electric motors – one at each wheel – together with two micro gas turbine power plants, which act as both a generator and the source of an additional 188bhp.

Museum entry fees are: Adults £11, Children £8 (5-16 years) under 5’s are free, Concessions are £9 and a Family ticket is £34.

Also included in the ticket price is the new exhibition, Sci-Fi at the Movies.

The exhibition has original artefacts, replica models and costumes from favourite Sci-Fi films, including Star Wars, E.T. Harry Potter, Predator and many more.