Jaguar India teases C-X17 before Delhi Auto Expo #JLRAE2014
Tata Motors owned British brand, Jaguar will show their latest concept car, C-X17 at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. First showcased in Frankfurt back in September last year, the C-X17 features a new light-weight architecture, which will be used in future Jaguar cars.
At 4718 mm in length, 1959 mm in width, and 1649 mm in height, the C-X17 has a ground clearance of 213 mm and wheelbase of 2905 mm. It will be powered by new engines which will be built at JLR’s new facility. These will be more powerful and efficient than their current engines. Built on the new iQ[Al] architecture, featuring lightweight aluminium monocoque, the C-X17 will have top speeds of over 300km/h (186mph), as well as emissions below 100g of CO2 per kilometre.
Available in three trims, V6, V6 S and V8 S, India might not get all three variants as is the case with the convertible. Only the V6 S and V8 S will make way to India. The V6 S offers output 380 PS and 460 Nm torque, while range topping V8S receives a supercharged 5.0 liter V8 engine offers 495 hp and 625 Nm torque.