With sister brand Land Rover cleaning up in the premium SUV sector, it seems madness for Jaguar to try and compete. What they've created, though, is stunning. Jaguar's current design themes – the slanted headlights, dominant grille and tight rear end styling – translating well to a larger 4×4 shape.
To differentiate it from Land Rover products, Jaguar revealed the C-X17 will be biased towards sport on-road driving, rather than rough-and-tumble mud plugging.
It's not going to be with us for a while, however, with the brand new aluminium architecture the C-X17 sits on likely to first appear in a BMW 3 Series rivalling compact saloon car.