Along with its motorsport history and fast road cars, Jaguar has always been known for its sexy and groundbreaking designs, such as the I-Pace and F-Type. Needless to say, the UK automaker, which has fallen on some hard financial times lately, has never been too keen to reveal its design secrets. Until now, that is. Jaguar has just announced that it has not only opened a new and larger design studio in Gaydon, England next to that of its sister brand Land Rover, but also some inner workings details and photos about its award-winning design process. There are six stages to a new Jaguar’s design with both exterior and interior teams collaborating from start to finish. These stages are as follows in this order: Sketching, Clay Sculpting, Digitalization, Color and Materials, Design Technical, and Model Manufacture. The first two stages actually begin about four years the vehicle’s reveal. What’s interesting is that each full-size clay model is not 100 percent clay, but rather comprises of an aluminum chassis and foam core. There’s also 90 mm of pure clay body. The only element that is actually real, meaning production-ready, are the wheels. Each clay model is...