Letting Jaguar make an SUV from its sister company's architecture design would be worse than letting BMW use the Range Rover to make the X5. Wait… bad example.
So while Land Rover was proud of the fact that the new Range Rover shared its aluminum architecture with the XJ, but Jaguar's officials have to deny that their soft-roader has anything to do with the Rovers.
Jaguar product planning manager Steven De Ploey told CarAdvice that the new crossover, which is likely to be named to XQ, will not be related to the Range Rover Evoque.
The crossover could be built on the same platform as the new baby sedan, allowing them to use front-wheel drive for base models.