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The DESIGN Issue

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“If you look at the

“If you look at the F-PACE the wheels are thrown out toward the front, where most other more car-like SUVs are not. In simple terms they’ve got too much bonnet and too much overhang. It’s subtle, it might be 25 millimetres, but it makes a huge difference” IAN CALLUM, DIRECTOR OF DESIGN F-PACE

XJ “We started on the XJ by creating a very simple interior architecture so that left us wide open to embellish it in a more indulgent way. That’s the secret, keep the architecture, the basic sense of line and structure as simple as possible” IAN CALLUM, DIRECTOR OF DESIGN





THE JAGUAR magazine celebrates the art of performance with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from dynamic driving to seductive design and cutting-edge technology.

In the latest issue of The Jaguar magazine, we tour beautiful Portugal in the game-changing New All-Electric Jaguar I-PACE, and learn what it took to build this truly desirable electric vehicle by interviewing the key players involved in its creation. The themes of cutting-edge innovation continue as we get a first look at a classic E-type with a difference, and explore the latest trends in creative artificial intelligence and smart home technology. Get an insight into the world of high performance through our interviews of Formula E racing driver Nelson Piquet Jr. and tennis star Johanna Konta, and join us for visceral thrills as we hit the Jaguar Ice Academy’s Arctic tracks along with some unusual passengers.

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