The Jaguar C-X17 concept has made its world premiere at an exclusive event ahead of the Frankfurt motor show, debuting the brand’s all-new lightweight vehicle platform and previewing the first-ever Jaguar SUV. It’s the first to be built on the company’s new aluminium monocoque structure for smaller cars, which carries the codename iQ[Al]. The C-X17 is finished in a cobalt blue, called Caesium, with glossy black brightwork around the windows, and graphite five-spoke split alloys (23in in diameter). A production crossover inspired by the C-X17 is set to follow in 2016.
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