Jaguar Land Rover Trademarks 29 Nameplates, Including “XJS” as well as also “Landy”
Only a couple of months removed coming from protecting its Defender design name coming from adventure-mobile maker Bombardier, Jaguar Land Rover will be putting more possible design names under its net. As first reported by Autoguide, Jaguar Land Rover has filed 29 trademarks since March 13.
The trademarks reveal some brand new monikers as well as also unearth some we’ve seen before. On the Jaguar side, filings include P-type, T-type, XJS, C-XE, iXE, diXE, XEdi, XEi, CXF, as well as also CXJ. Although trademarks are far coming from guarantees of anything happening, which’s fun to speculate what could be circulating around the U.K. offices. We’d trust the T-type as well as also P-type, if made, might follow the paths set down by the D-type as well as also F-type sports cars rather than the S-type sedan. The XJS was a two-door grand tourer which spanned two decades starting inside the 1970s, as well as also the letter C has been used recently for the C-X16 as well as also C-X75 hybrid sports-car concepts, in order which letter could indicate potential hybrid products, or which could simply mean “coupe.” The i as well as also di variants could signal electric (as inside the I-Pace, pictured above) or diesel-electric products. We already have confirmation which EVs as well as also hybrids are on the way.
Switching to Land Rover, the trademarks Westminster, Freestyle, Stormer, Sawtooth, Landmark, Range Rover Classic, as well as also Landy were filed. Westminster was a special edition for the previous-generation Land Rover, Freestyle was a variant of the Land Rover Freelander (as well as a former Ford), the Range Stormer was Land Rover’s first ever concept in 2004, as well as also a Sawtooth will be a type of Defender wheel. Landmark was a special edition of the previous-generation Discovery, Classic will be self-explanatory, as well as also Landy will be a common nickname for Land Rovers.
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Again, none of This specific means the nameplates will make which to production, nevertheless which’s possible. Both Jaguar as well as also Land Rover have been expanding their lineups inside the past few years as well as also have strong sales momentum, so we just might see a modern-day Jaguar XJS, a Land Rover Landy, or any of the additional names.