Jaguar is preparing a mid-size crossover, the appearance of the production version of which is scheduled for 2015, but as a concept under the name C-X17 car presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013. A few days before the opening of the exhibition, the network appeared the first pictures of Jaguar C-X17 Concept, the design of which has appeared in the style of the current models of the manufacturer. For example, the design of front end resembles a XF sedan, and the taillights are associated with those in the sports car F-Type. Jaguar C-X17 has become a serial F-pace Overall length concept Jaguar C-X17 is 4718 mm (size of the wheelbase – 2905), width – 1959, height – 1649, and the amount of clearance (clearance) is 213 millimeters. The vehicle has a low center of gravity and small for his weight class (exact figures are not yet known), which provides him, according to the company, excellent handling. Initially it was assumed that rival the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 in Jaguar will build on the base Range Rover Evoque, but in fact the basis of off-road vehicle lay a new all-aluminum “carriage” of the future sedan Jaguar XS – a new model of class D, aimed at the fight for customers with BMW 3-Series and Mercedes C-Class. About powerplant under the hood of Jaguar C-X17 Concept have not been announced, but we know that the next serial crossover (it was named F-Pace) will receive the new four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines as well as 3.0-liter V6, which is now installed on the roadster F-Type. They are combined in a pair with an 8-band gun. Unlike the exterior, the interior concept is executed in four more futuristic style. Here, fully digital instrument panel and center console. Manage multimedia system can all four men in the cabin, in the trunk are two extra folding chair and is responsible for the music sound system with 28 speakers Meridian. C-X17 5-Seater At the auto show in Guangzhou, China, Britain presented a 5-seater crossover concept Jaguar C-X17, which also received a body color and redesigned 23-inch wheels. In addition to increasing the number of rear seat from four to five, the cabin prototype changed colors and interior materials, and there were head-up display, a panoramic roof and a multimedia system with built-in Wi-Fi.

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