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Jaguar To Trademark "XQ" for New Crossover Due in 2015

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edited September 2014 in Jaguar

imageJaguar To Trademark "XQ" for New Crossover Due in 2015

Jaguar trademarks XQ name for upcoming crossover.

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  • agentorangeagentorange Posts: 893
    I don't care about the market, kill it with fire.
  • skw0123skw0123 Posts: 33
    Completely news free news. The "artist's rendering" is a farce...some photochop based on a front-wheel drive something...looks like a cross between a Saturn and a Mini...and maybe a goldfish.

    This is deplorable click-bait crap.
  • fortstringfortstring Posts: 111
    What was the artist going for? A London cab replacement? "Stodgy" is putting it nicely >_>
  • tnooch1tnooch1 Posts: 3
    When I first saw the picture without reading anything, I thought it looked like a Mazda.
  • Pretty harsh comments... I think it looks good. Its a RR sport with a jag XFR face. I actualy really like it. Bring it jag!
  • throwbackthrowback Posts: 445
    A Ranage Rover with a Jaguar grille? kind of like a Tahoe with a Caddy grille. I don't understand why Jag thinks they need a crossover when they share a showroom floor with Land Rovers.
  • wdrauchwdrauch Posts: 22
    This pretty much sums up what I think of a Jaguar crossover:
    http://www.autoextremist.com/
  • It looks like one of those cats with a squashed nose.
  • garrymgarrym Posts: 27
    Whatever this crossover is going to look like, its not really necessary. I suppose now that they have some cash in the bank someone with a suit believes Jaguar too must get into the SUV game.

    Focus on your core product people.
  • themandarinthemandarin Posts: 436
    Needs larger rear to match XJ even as hatchback. Face is facetious.
  • openeyes1openeyes1 Posts: 22
    First, it's NOT a Crossover, it's an SUV, since it's elevated vs a car, and offers SUV high seating. Second. it will most likely suck down gas like only a Jaguar can, emptying even more of the owners wallet.
  • andys120andys120 Loudon NHPosts: 21,824
    I don't know if I'd call a Range Rover body with a Jaguar nose "distinctive Jaguar styling" but I'm sure their PR department would... and did.

    2001 BMW 330ci/E46, 2008 BMW 335i conv/E93

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