Jaguar’s XS sport utility vehicle is expected to be introduced at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in June.
The model, which is expected by the end of 2019, is the third in the brand’s line-up, following the XR and XS Sport.
The first two cars, the XS SUV and XR SUV, were built in partnership with Japanese car maker Suzuki and are expected to feature the same technology as the XE, XF, and XG line-ups.
The new Jaguar X Sport will be available in a range of models, including the XD, XD Hybrid, XS, and the XC Sport.
Jaguar is expected, however, to introduce a more premium XD sedan in the coming months.
The XS will feature the most advanced technologies available to the market today, including autonomous driving, collision avoidance, collision detection, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control.
Jaguar will also use advanced technologies such as Active Lock, Dynamic Cruise Control, and Blind Spot Assist.
The XS Hybrid will feature Jaguar’s Active Cruise Control system.
Jaguar is expected also to introduce the XB, a hybrid car that will offer a more traditional SUV body style.