The Jaguar C-XC concept is the work of Phillip Dean, a
2008 graduate of the Coventry University Transportation
Design course. The C-XC concept was created during an
industry placement position with Jaguar.
The Jaguar C-XC concept is a stylish 2+2 coupe designed
to act as a showcase for new technologies and innovations
which help reduce the impact on the environment.
Powering the Jaguar C-XC concept is a hydrogen fuel cell
drivetrain. This unit is mounted up front and left on
display thanks to the single-piece glass surface which
covers almost the entire length of the car. This single
piece of glass acts as an engine cover, windscreen, roof
and rear window. It also helps to provide an improved
aerodynamic profile to aid fuel consumption, and at the
same time it helps flood the interior with light.
The covered wheels are designed to further increase the
aerodynamic efficiency of the C-XC concept, while also
underlining the streamlined aesthetics of the overall
The materials used in the construction of the Jaguar C-XF
concept are also kinder on the environment. They include
vegetable tan leather and recycled PET (plastic) bottles.
Similar and related concept vehicles:
Jaguar AL Coupe