|Jaguar C-X17 Concept|
|Introduction||2013 Frankfurt Motor Show|
|Body Style||5-door SUV|
|Length||4,718 mm (185.7 in)|
|Width||1,959 mm (77.1 in)|
|Height||1,649 mm (64.9 in)|
|Wheelbase||2,905 mm (11.4 in)|
|Engine||3.0-litre 6-cylinder supercharged petrol|
It was expected that the C-X17 concept will evolve into a production model,and at the 2015 North American International Auto Show it was announced that the production version for 2016 would be called the F-Pace.
The C-X17 features an advanced aluminium monocoque architecture on to which future models will be based on, branded as iQ[Al].
The C-X17 is powered by the 3.0-litre 6-cylinder petrol engine found in theJaguar XF, Jaguar XJ and Jaguar F-Type and is equipped with a rear-biased intelligent all-wheel drive system. The all-aluminium suspension is complemented by torque vectoring, which brakes the inside wheel. The platform is designed to handle a new range of 2.0-litre four-cylinder engines designed by Jaguar Land Rover as well as the current six-cylinder engine range.
Historic Models: X-Type · E-Type · XJS · XKSS · XK120 · XK140 · XK150 · XJ220 · 240 · 340 · Mk. VII · Mk. VIII · Mk. IX · Mk. X · Mk. V · Mk. IV · Mark 2 · Mark 1 · 3.5 Litre · 2.5 Litre · 1.5 Litre · S-Type (1963-1968) · 420 · S-Type · SS100 · XJR-15
Concept Cars: C-XF · R-Coupe · RD-6 · Fuore XF 10 · Pirana Concept · XK180 Concept · F-Type Concept · XK-RR Concept · XK-RS Concept · Concept Eight · XJ Limo Green Hybrid Study Concept · XJ75 Platinum Concept · C-X75 Concept · C-X16 Concept
|Sir William Lyons||Corporate website||A brand of the Tata Group|
|This page uses some content from Wikipedia. The original article was at Jaguar C-X17. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Autopedia, the text of Wikipedia is available under the GNU Free Documentation License.|