Jaguar C-Xonca Concept Design Is Sexy, Stunning, And Futuristic

Feb 26, 2017 10:00 AM EST | JP Olvido

The Jaguar concept vehicle is so sleek that it could put the F-Type to shame. Called the C-Xonca, it literally stands out with its amazing, sporty, and futuristic look.

Jaguar C-Xonca concept vehicle. The C-Xonca doesn't have a grille at all. It instead has a single air intake at the lower portion of its bumper. It features slim LED headlights and a front clamshell with well-sculpted front wheel arches and quarter panels. Its doors are stretched from the front wheels all the way to the rear wheels and opens just like a gull's wings. When closed, the seamlessly flow into the roof and down towards the taillights.

This concept vehicle is definitely a design-centric vehicle. It gives off a lavish impression that could make one easily forget the F-Type which is already beautiful and luxurious.

The F-Type is the better designed and impressive looking successor to the E-Type. However, when compared to the C-Xonca, it just would not do well in terms of looks.

The C-Xonca may just be a concept. It could take years before a production version or a stage version is even attempted at. Regardless, it is already making an impact and gaining a reputation as what a vehicle of the future should look like.

The concept supercar was designed by exterior designer Minol Patrice and digital designer Maxene Texier as interns at Jaguar and they both did an awesome job. The vehicle just looks stunning in every possible angle. Nothing else is known about the C-Xonca and no other details were released except for images of it.

The aim of the duo behind the concept supercar's design was to show and improve their design skills, specifically their 3D sketching skills. There seems to be no need to improve on their skill set but a lot of reasons for them to continue showing us concepts such as this.

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