A variety of royal models will also be on display
Jaguar and Land Rover have announced plans to celebrate sixty years of innovation at Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Festival.
The highlight of the event will be the Jaguar C-X75 prototype which will be on display in the gardens of Buckingham Palace. While the model won't be going into production, the company said the vehicle's "cutting-edge hybrid technologies, carbon composite materials and advanced design solutions" will be used in "innovative future products and next-generation engineering for the Jaguar and Land Rover brands."
The company will also display the F-Type and Range Rover as well as a variety of royal vehicles including a Land Rover Royal ceremonial vehicle, a Daimler X308 Super V8 Saloon and a 1955 Jaguar Mark VIIM saloon used by the Queen.