Rendering: Jaguar CX Concept Roadster


The new C-X16 in roadster form and looking as attractive as ever.

Jaguar has been stealing headlines all over the world with their new C-X16 concept car. The coupe 'Production Concept' is currently on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show and contains several revolutionary features. What we have here is the imagined Jaguar CX Roadster. The rendering comes from and shows the Porsche Cayman-fighter with the top chopped. The concept will most certainly be dubbed the XE when it makes it to production.

The red roadster features a slightly different front bumper but maintains the C-X16's overall design lines, meaning if the much-adored hybrid booster actually makes it to production it could fit inside the rendered roadster. Rendering courtesy of theophiluschin.

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