In 2015 Jaguar will be releasing the Jaguar C-X17 SUV ($50,000). It will be built on Jaguars new aluminum unibody architecture, which allows Jag to produce more models which utilise higher end technologies, allowing for faster response to markets, while keeping prices relatively stable. The unibody is made from 100% recycled raw material and shows jaguars commitment to sustainable production practices.
On the interior the Jaguar C-X17 has four bucket seats and utilizes high-end interactive technologies which includes an interactive surface console that runs the length of the SUV’s center tunnel. It’s made up of a series of interconnected touch screens that connect the rear cabin with the front. You can use the console to flick information forwards and backwards and share it between occupants or social media networks. Europe will receive C-X17 first in 2015 with a North American release expected in 2016.