Jaguar C-Pace Provides A Glimpse At A BMW X4 Challenger

With the sleek Jaguar F-Pace, the automaker has a legitimate competitor in the ever-expanding field of compact crossovers, combining sports car looks with SUV levels of practicality.

While deliveries have yet to commence, things are looking good for the F-Pace and there’s a strong chance Jaguar is looking to extend on the car with another crossover, potentially one smaller in size – or at least sportier in appearance. Enter the C-Pace.

Dreamt up here by Theophilus Chin, the car has been envisioned as a rival to the likes of the BMW X4, Range Rover Evoque and Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe. It is therefore slightly smaller than the F-Pace and has a more flowing design, owed largely to the heavily-raked rear window and low-slung roof line.

The front meanwhile combines all of Jaguar’s current design traits, such as its large grille with silver edging, thin horizontal headlights and a hood given a strong dose of personality thanks to prominent creases and humps.

It has previously been confirmed that the F-Pace won’t be Jaguar’s only SUV and earlier in the year, spy shots of a purported smaller crossover emerged online, giving credence to the C-Pace rendered.

There’s also some talk that Jaguar is developing an all-electric SUV named the I-Pace.

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  • Tumbi Mtika

    Not there yet…

    • Poison_Eagle

      Not by the hair of his Chinny Chin Chin.

  • MultiKdizzle

    Now that is good stuff. Puts the X4 and GLE to shame really.

    • Mynameis Taylor

      no it doesn’t

  • Zandit75

    Looks like a Jag snout on a Mazda CX4 body.

  • RS6 Performance Wagon Lover

    Needs the C-Type’s tail-lights.

  • BlackPegasus

    But why? ?

  • Enter Ranting

    When will the madness end?

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