Bertone has unveiled the Jaguar B99 concept at the Geneva Motor Show. Looking like a cross between the Ford Interceptor concept and previous-generation XJ, the aluminum-bodied B99 measures 4.5m long, 1.95m wide, and 1.35m tall. Up front, the concept has an aggressive front fascia, a bold grille, and the iconic "leaper" hood ornament. Further back, there's a gun-slit greenhouse, "suicide" rear doors, and tastefully restrained chrome accents. In the rear, the car echoes the front-end with a gloss black "grille" and taillights that mimic the headlights. Inside, the cabin is minimalist but elegant as there's premium leather upholstery, aluminum accents, and wood trim. Furthermore, the interior is outffited a full-length center console, rear tray tables, and a high-tech instrument cluster.
Bertone, Jaguar, B99, concept, 2011, Geneva, Motor, Show