The car should use the same platform as the F-Pace (picture above).
In term of styling, it seems like Jaguar is sticking with the annoying idea that electric vehicles need to look radically different from conventional cars:
The styling is said to be revolutionary, in the way that the BMW i brand sits separately from the firm’s mainstream models.
BMW’s “i” brand is hardly a good example since the only 2 models in the lineup, i3 and i8, sit at completely opposite ends of the spectrum. Most agree that the i8 is a beautiful vehicle, while it’s far from being the case for the i3.
Autocar released a rendering, which they called “highly speculative”:Personally, I can’t reconcile a “revolutionary” design and this rendering, but I hope the rendering is more in line with what Jaguar plans to deliver than what is described in the previous statement, which screams “weird-mobile”.