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C-XF: Jaguar’s New Concept Car
Are you on the lookout for the newest concept vehicles in the face of the automobile world? Perhaps you have already gone tired of looking at some of the classic collections of Jaguar MK10 parts that you would rather view futuristic or not so ordinary concept vehicles. Well, then the upcoming North American International Auto Show (or the NAIAS) would be most certainly your kind of thing.
There would be quite a collection of concept cars and vehicles at the mentioned event. And the Jaguar brand is going to also showcase one of the newest concept creations in their range. Jaguar calls their new concept vehicle the Jaguar C-XF and the company claims that this new one is going to be a big hit when it comes to design. After all, they do boast that the new Jaguar C-XF is going to show the rest of the motoring world the kind of design vehicles would be having in a few more years.
Those people who were able to take a look at the new Jaguar C-XF concept vehicle now say that this vehicle would actually give the automotive world a clue as per the kind of design the upcoming replacement of the Jaguar S Type would actually look like. The replacement would be known as the Jaguar XF. However, there are also some people who do say that the Jaguar C-XF concept would also be shedding off light on the style of the newest generation of the Jaguar XJ luxury sedan. And experts in the industry do now say that this Jaguar C-XF concept vehicle is certainly going to be one of the most important concept vehicles that the Jaguar brand would be unveiling.
Changes in design have been continuous for the tumultuous Jaguar brand. And the most recent person to actually take the stand on the whole Jaguar line of designing fell on the hands of Ian Callum. Callum is the Scottish designer who is very much known for doing the styles and designs of those vehicles from Aston Martin. And he says, “This is about re-establishing Jaguar. We need to get back to what Jaguar is all about. There is no need to reinvent ourselves.”
About the Author: Michelle Crimson holds a degree in business administration. She is currently working as an editor in New Orleans, Louisiana. This 32 year old mother of two is also a car racing fanatic.