Published on 23 May 2012 by Elxwave
A clay model of the Jaguar C-X16 has been exhibited at the Clerkenwell Design Week in London. This life-size version of the concept car was created by a number of artists and sculptures to reveal the artistic side of its design. This is a very original way for the iconic British carmaker to promote their achievement throughout the years.
“Jaguar is one of the most technologically advanced companies in the field of product development but we still believe in the sense of artistry - said Julian Thomson, Advanced Design
Director of Jaguar Cars - Emotional connections are at the heart of our vehicles and the traditional process of working with clay with some of the best sculptors in the world allows us to refine them into the purest surfaces.”
During the event the C-X16 will be joined by other three sculptures based on the E-type and C-X75 models. Jaguar will also display the unique XJ13 created in 1966, an XFR and an XKR-S. The exhibition is being held from today to May 24th.