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An SUV is the way to go, and Jaguar seem to be hinting that is what will happen before any smaller saloon model is attempted. It will be easier to make money on lower volumes that way. Of course, Jaguar should have done it years ago as I said here. Better late than never I suppose.
It would share a platform with a Land Rover model, saving cost. As long as the model was more feline in style, the Jaguar would not directly compete with LR, but sporty SUVs of other makes. Win, win I say.
Summary: Good to see common sense prevail, with a likely switch from smaller car to SUV as the planned move into higher volume territory.
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