Theophilus Chin Renders F-PACE Coupe, Makes A Funny

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
theophilus chin renders f pace coupe makes a funny

Self-titled automotive manipulator Theophilus Chin has rendered up a coupe version of the latest model born in Whitley.

The Jaguar F-PACE shown here sans its two rear passenger doors looks equally sharp and useless like the three-door Land Rover Evoque. Therefore, good ol’ Theo also gave it the best name you could possible give such a creation — F-Utility Coupe, or F-UC.

The render looks to keep the same wheelbase as the real life, four-door F-PACE but shortens it visually with longer front doors.

Let’s hope that Jaguar never builds this, but dropping it a couple inches and calling it the F-RACE would work for me.

Actually, I change my mind. F-UC it.

[Source: Theophilus Chin]

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  • Watch Carefully Watch Carefully on Oct 11, 2015

    It's a more refined Isuzu Vehi-Cross with only slightly better rearward visibiliy than a Lamborghini.

  • Lorenzo Lorenzo on Oct 11, 2015

    Chin should have lowered the rear beltline and enlarged the back window. The fuel filler belongs on the driver's side too. Too bad Chin doesn't do interiors too. He could eliminate the nav, screen, radio, all cell phone and music apps, and toss out the cup holders too - just basic knob/switch controls and no distractions, so the driver can concentrate on the driving experience, slaloming through traffic on the morning commute.

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