Jaguar Land Rover brings C-X16 concept plus 2012 lineup to Toronto
First revealed at the Frankfurt Auto Show last year, the Jaguar C-X16 concept is a visionary embodiment of Jaguar's design and technological vector for the foreseeable future. The C-X16 takes the front-engine, rear-wheel-drive formula, for which the manufacturer is known, and redefines it for a new century in a performance-bred hybrid with perfectly balanced weight distribution and impeccable lineage.
Besides this glimpse of the shape of things to come, show visitors will also have the opportunity to get close up and personal with other remarkable models, such as the 2012 Jaguar XF, XK, XJ as well as the 2012 Range Rover, Sport, Evoque, and LR4 while the show runs through Feb. 26.
The 2012 Jaguar XF is a sedan possessing the soul of the jungle cat for which it is named, the most affordable Jaguar is a delightful collaboration between dynamic personality, striking appearance and an attractive price point. A minor facelift for 2012 brings the XF into the family DNA of the present day.
As someone with only a little experience on the track, driving a 2011 Jaguar XFR about the High Plains Raceway as my first track car at last year’s RMDE event was almost more than I was ready for – the XFR delivers performance that is in a word breathtaking.
The 2012 Jaguar XF comes in three trim levels starting at $59,800 and ranging to $86,900 for the XFR.