With the Frankfurt Motor Show set to launch in Germany this week, Jaguar hits the Internet to unveils its C-X17 concept vehicle, which would mark the carmaker’s first foray into the SUV crossover arena if its hits production.
The new vehicle incorporates sustainable technologies into its build, including high-strength alloy made from recycled raw material; and also sports Jag’s new advanced unibody aluminum architecture, which it calls the future of its brand. The interior is fitted with a multi-screen infotainment system, dubbed “Interactive Surface Control.”
There’s no definite word on production. However, the car to built on its new technology, a premium midsize sedan, is slated to launch worldwide in 2015.