Jaguar is looking to expand beyond its current three-model line (and the upcoming F-Type roadster) to better compete with German rivals BMW, Audi and Mercedes. The British carmaker is known to be considering several options, but according to What Car magazine, design chief Ian Callum is pushing for a light car along the lines of the MINI Cooper. “There is hardly anything we haven’t looked at as a potential Jaguar product,” Callum told the magazine.
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