Theophilus Chin combined the F-Type and Giugiaro GEA concept to create the C-XJ, a hypothetical concept of a future XJ model.

Italdesign Giugiaro introduced the elegant GEA concept last month at the Geneva Motor Show and now TC decided to use some of the styling cues for a digital interpretation of a concept previewing a future Jaguar XJ featuring a more sloped roofline and a wraparound rear window. The front end is derived from the F-Type while the back hosts interconnected slim taillights spreading across the entire width.

Jaguar is currently putting the finishing touches on the XJ facelift so it will be a while until a new generation will be out. It is believed the next-gen XJ will spawn a second body style with a higher roofline to grant a more spacious cabin suitable for the Chinese market. There are also some reports indicating an XJ Coupe will be introduced as a Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe competitor.

Gallery: Jaguar C-XJ flagship model rendered with Giugiaro GEA influences

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