Jaguar's recent C-X17 SUV concept represents one of two new models on the British carmaker's horizon, with a new midsized sedan also expected to debut soon.
While that so-called 'XQ' (or Q-TYPE?) sedan has yet to surface, Jaguar has released a slew of new C-X17 photos, this time finished in a more conservative silver hue.
This latest tweak comes as part of the C-X17's Middle Eastern debut at the Dubai Motor Show, in a market where the popularity of SUVs has spurred the recent boom in high-riding wagons from all quarters.
On the styling front, the C-X17 combines elements from across the Jaguar range, with headlights inspired by the XJ and the updated XF, while the tail-lights are all F-TYPE.
The C-X17 SUV is also the first Jaguar model to be built on the company's aluminium monocoque architecture, which will also underpin the new sedan.
Derived from the aluminium platform underpinning the new Range Rover models, Jaguar's new architecture is known as iQ[AI]. Like the Range Rover version, Jaguar's platform is designed to be both light and also extremely strong.
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