Showing posts in the category of Jaguar Concepts

This is What a BMW 1-Series from Jaguar Could Look Like

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Now, if you’re like me and you feel like the BMW 3-Series (and other cars its size) is too big for your needs, the 1-Series is a much more enticing package.

Jaguar currently doesn’t offer a car that size, but if it were to sell one right now, it would look very much like this rendering by Theophilus Chin.

Blimey: X-Type Name Was Considered for Jaguar SUV, Mercifully Dropped

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What kind of name is F-Pace anyway? Is the whole Jaguar range going to receive an “F” prefix, like the upcoming SUV, or is it just a one-off for this model?

It's Good to Be Bad: Bond Villain May Drive Jaguar C-X75 in Spectre

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I don’t know about you, but I think the actor/stunt playing the villain in the next James Bond movie is going to have more fun than 007 himself, at least during car chasing scenes.

Jaguar XE Sedan Becomes Coupe in PhotoShop

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The rendering scene has really picked up over the last year or so, and now we’re at the point where different versions of new cars get digitally recreated far quicker than the manufacturers would be willing to show them to us.

Jaguar's Baby Saloon Wears an XER-S Outfit

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It's a little early for Jaguar to be announcing expansion plans for the new XΕ, which are believed to include an Estate and possibly a coupe, but here's a render for a high-po version of the sedan.

Jaguar Builds Coolest Tour de France Support Vehicle Ever [w/Video]

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Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division has built a bespoke F-Type Coupé high performance support vehicle for Tour de France competitor Team Sky. Based on the F-Type R Coupé, the one-off vehicle will be used during Stage 20 (July 26) of the world’s most important cycling race, when riders will traverse from Bergerac to Périgueux.

What if Jaguar Turned the F-Type Coupe Into a Sports Saloon?

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It's a purely theoretical question, but since Hungarian artist X-Tomi painted his vision of what a stretched Jaguar F-Type with two more doors could look like, we'll just go with the flow and ask it: could you see an F-Type sports saloon in Jaguar's lineup in the not so distant future, taking into account next year's arrival of the Mercedes C-Class challenger, the XE?

Jaguar C-X17 Concept Wears Red for the Brussels Motor Show

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Jaguar’s C-X17 Concept debuted with a blue paint at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year, then switched to gray for the Dubai Motor Show and finally went for a brown-gold hue at the Guangzhou Auto Show.

Picturing Jaguar's 2016 Compact Executive Rival to the BMW 3-Series

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A new 'baby' Jaguar sports sedan is on its way and DesignRM has taken the liberty to envision the brand's Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3-Series challenger.

While we don't know what it will be called yet (it currently carries the X760 internal codename), the British carmaker has confirmed that it will use the new aluminum architecture displayed under the body of the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show's C-X17 SUV Concept with sales in Europe to start in 2015, with North America to follow in 2016.

Jaguar C-X75 Would Have Made for a Great Fourth Hybrid Hypercar

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Jaguar went to all that trouble to develop the road-legal C-X75 hybrid hypercar, made all of its systems interconnect seamlessly and successfully, but then realized there was no business case for the 250 units they wanted to make and just stuck to producing five prototypes and then allowing journalists to have a go and say how lovely it would all have been…

50 Shades of Jaguar C-X17: SUV Concept Debuts at Guangzhou Auto Show in a New Color

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Jaguar is sure keeping its paint shop busy these days with the C-X17 SUV Concept, which just made its China premiere at the Guangzhou Auto Show wearing a different body color than the original blue shade at the Frankfurt Motor Show and the silver edition displayed at the Dubai and Los Angeles auto events.

Jaguar F-Type Coupe and C-X17 Concept Grab the Spotlight at the LA Auto Show

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One of them is a production car previewed about two years ago by a concept, while the other one is a study that may spawn a production model within the next couple of years. We are talking about Jaguar's Los Angeles Auto Show stars, the F-Type Coupe and the C-X17 crossover study.

Jaguar C-X17 Concept Reviewed in Dubai, Still Very far off Production Model

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The Jaguar C-X17 debuted in blue at the Frankfurt motor show in September, and closer to the current moment, in silver, at the Dubai motor show, where a handful of journalists got their hands on it, even though it’s purely a show car.

A Jaguar C-X17 El-Camino Style Truck from Neverland

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The general census on the C-X17 concept here on Carscoops is that most readers like what Jaguar is proposing for the compact luxury SUV segment. Needless to say, giving a thumbs up to a study and buying the production version if and when it comes out are two very different things…

Jaguar Shows C-X17 Crossover in New Color at Dubai Motor Show, Plus First Video Review

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Following its global premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, Jaguar's C-X17 crossover concept had its Middle East debut this week at the 2013 Dubai International Motor Show.

Jaguar’s Ian Callum Tells the Story of the Project 7’s Design

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You may remember Jaguar’s Project 7 concept car, essentially a single-seater version of the F-Type convertible. Unveiled at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Project 7 pays homage to Jaguar’s D-type racer produced from 1954 to 1957 that won the Le Mans 24-hour race three times in 1955, 1956 and 1957. The name is also a tribute to Jaguar’s 7 victories at the famous endurance race.

Jaguar C-X17 Concept Shows How a Future Crossover May Look Like [96 Photos]

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Luxury car manufacturers need SUVs in their lineup if they want to make money, and Jaguar seems to have an understanding of that. Although the British company doesn’t say it specifically, with the C-X17 Concept shown in Frankfurt, it is testing the waters for a production SUV that may launch within the next few years.

Jaguar says the C-X17 announces “next-generation lightweight technologies in the form of an all-new advanced aluminium monocoque architecture,” incorporated by the study. The Tata Motors-owned carmaker says the iQ[Al] architecture will form the basis for a new range of future Jaguars, the first of which will be a mid-size premium C/D segment sedan in 2015.

Jaguar Details C-X17 Crossover Concept, Doesn't Mention Production Plans [74 Photos & Video]

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Jaguar’s first crossover / SUV is a vehicle that will get a lot of people talking at this week's Frankfurt motor show. It may be somewhat controversial from a historic standpoint, but it’s also fine looker and brings forth the promise of lightness and efficiency through the use of an all-new all-aluminum platform dubbed iQ[Al].

In fact, it’s strange because the official press information seems to go into a bit too much detail about this new platform, as if trying to fill space destined for different subtopics.

Jaguar C-X17 Sports Crossover is Out Of the Bag [Watch Live Stream Presentation]

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Update: Watch Jaguar's pre-Frankfurt Motor Show reveal of the C-X17 Sports Crossover Concept to invited guests in the live stream video from 11:30 am EST/8:30am PST/ 17:10 CET after the jump.

The steady stream of Jaguar C-X17 Sports Crossover Concept-related pictures continues today with the most revealing set to date, with eight images that afford us an all-around look at the British brand's Frankfurt Motor Show debut.

Second Picture of New Jaguar C-X17 Sport Crossover Concept Looks Legit

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Last night, Jaguar uploaded the first uncovered photo of the new C-X17 Sport Crossover Concept on its media website, prior to the study's roll out in front of the public at next week's Frankfurt Motor Show.

Today, one of our readers pointed us to an Imageshack picture of what we believe to be the second official image of Jaguar's attempt in designing a crossover model – that or someone is extremely talented with rendering programs…