The C-X17 concept was designed to demonstrate the all-new advanced aluminium monocoque architecture from Jaguar, which will form the basis for a new range of future Jaguars, the first of which to go on sale in 2015. The C-X17, Jaguar’s first ever sports crossover concept, combines the character and driving experience of a sports car with increased presence, style and flexibility.

The interior features four individual bucket seats, all upholstered with Bridge of Weir leather from Scotland. 

Bridge of Weir leather is also specified for a variety of Jaguar Land Rover products including the XJ Ultimate, Range Rover Evoque and 4th generation Range Rover.

Jamie Davidson, Sales Director, Bridge of Weir commented: “Jaguar is an iconic British brand that we are absolutely delighted to be working with. The leather we supply to Jaguar Land Rover is locally sourced and manufactured in Scotland using our latest production and waste treatment technologies to ensure it is as environmentally friendly as possible, making it the world’s only ‘low carbon leather’.”

Bridge of Weir Leather Company is the UK’s only leather manufacturer for the automotive industry, and as part of the Scottish Leather Group operates one of the largest tanneries in Europe exporting to over 60 countries around the world. 

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