We already know Jaguar is comprehensively looking to entire the luxury SUV crossover market with big pouncing attack, but don’t for one second expect to call Jaguar’s SUV a SUV.
In a similar marketing stint like BMW naming their crossover an SAV or a “Sports Activity Vehicle,” Jaguar should be calling theirs a “sports crossover.”
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“A Jaguar SUV is not possible,” said Jaguar-Land Rover’s boss, Ralf Speth, to AutoCar. Jaguar’s version will be “far more road-oriented.” Let alone, we also point out those who want a luxurious crossover SUV from Britain have all of Land Rover’s choices to choose from.
The production C-X17 gets its backbone from the brand’s new iQ[AI] aluminum platform, also being shared with the new XE. Expected a similar line of engines as well, particularly from J-LR’s new Ingenium line.