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|Meher|| Le mer 13 déc 2017 18h41
La couverture du prochain numéro de Autocar traite de la prochaine génération de la XJ.
On aura surement des informations bientôt !
Voilà ce qu'ils disent :
"In this week’s special Christmas issue of Autocar, we bring you a world-exclusive scoop on the next-generation XJ - a car that'll overtake the I-Pace as Jaguar's most radical model yet in 2019."
Dernière édition le 22/01/2018 à 14:34 par Meher, édité 2 fois
|Thierry123|| Le ven 29 déc 2017 07h35
https://m.news.autoplus.fr/Jaguar/XJ/Jaguar-XJ-Limousine-Anglaise-Jaguar-XJ-2018-1523291.amp.html (LA NOUVELLE JAGUAR XJ (2018) EST EN PREPARATION)
|Meher|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 14h34
Ça sera une électrique
Citation de Autocar :
« The Jaguar XJ will be reinvented as an electric car for its next generation, which will go on sale in 2019 after a launch at the end of 2018, the 50th anniversary of the first XJ.
Autocar has learned that the decision has been taken to replace it, despite the tougher market for luxury saloons in the face of the rising popularity of luxury SUVs. However, it is being replaced not with a like-for-like model but with one that reinvents the very idea of a luxury saloon as an electric car and can act as a high-tech flagship for Jaguar.
Turning the XJ into an electric car is a bold move, but the model has always been an innovative one for Jaguar, not least its two most recent iterations. The X350-generation XJ, launched in 2003, was the first aluminium car from Jaguar and the X351, introduced in 2009 and still on sale now, completely broke away from the design themes that had largely followed the XJ since its 1968 launch. Reinventing the model as an EV, Jaguar argues, is the best way of keeping it relevant as the industry experiences an unprecedented level of change related to electrification.
The all-new XJ is being developed alongside a new, more car-like Range Rover model, dubbed ‘Road Rover’ internally. It will not use that name for production but will be a Range Rover due to the huge cachet of that brand.
Despite its close relationship to a model from Jaguar’s sister company Land Rover, the XJ will retain a sleek saloon profile, albeit with a switch from a four-door layout to a five-door.
Design work on the car has now been completed by design boss Ian Callum and his team. The design is understood to have been well received inside the company and united it in the belief that this reinvented XJ will be a true flagship for the firm, ushering in a new design language for the brand.
Callum told Autocar in September that there was “consensus” within the company that the XJ, a car he considers very personal to him, should remain Jaguar’s flagship in preference to a large SUV, such as the rumoured J-Pace.
Without referencing the XJ directly, he added that the very idea of the saloon needed to be reinvented in the face of electrification, the rise of the SUV and the unexpected acceptance of hatchbacks in the US due to Tesla.
The versatile architecture used for the XJ and its Land Rover sibling will be a new aluminium one that will not only underpin electric cars but also traditional piston engines to support more hybrid models. It is understood the XJ will not go down the hybrid route initially – if ever – to avoid diluting the impact around its reinvention.
The electric technology will support twin motors and all-wheel drive. It will be backed with the chassis technology needed to create a supremely luxurious drive and also a sporty one, Jaguar being keen to keep the XJ’s role as the sportiest car in its segment.
To that end, the electric drivetrain will enable strong performance figures and torque vectoring. A range well in excess of 300 miles is expected. »
L'article en intégralité ici : https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/2019-jaguar-xj-be-reborn-high-tech-electric-flagship (2019 Jaguar XJ to be reborn as high-tech electric flagship | Autocar)
+ Renders :
|avantime75|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 14h57
J'espère qu'elle sera plus chic que ce vaisseau...
|F7R|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 15h00
|caraddict|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 15h06
Ca reste un vague photoshop
|Meher|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 15h10
Et les shops d'Autocar ont toujours été à la ramasse. Le plus important c'est le contenu de l'article.
|weber-dc40|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 15h14
La logique de jaguar, tu traverses le pays en suv compact et tu vas chercher ton pain en berline de 5m10.
|Jacquesvabre|| Le lun 22 janv 2018 15h22
C'est pas completement deconnecte de la realite, les VRP alignment les km sur autoroute en classe C ou classe E, alors que les classe S servent d'autolib avec chauffeur dans paris intra-muros, donc pourquoi pas
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