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Callum’s SKYE Is Taking Orders Now

Powered by a 42-kilowatt-hour battery pack, the SKYE offers a driving range of 170 miles and clocks 0-60 mph in under four seconds.

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$ 101,600+

Renowned Jaguar design boss Ian Callum retired in 2019, setting the stage for his eponymous design company’s inception. Callum quickly made waves in the automotive world, breathing new life into iconic concepts like the Jaguar C-X75. Now, Callum unveils its boldest venture yet: the Skye, named after the whisky-rich Scottish isle.

Since it was first introduced in November 2023, the SKYE project has progressed rapidly, culminating in the first working prototype set to debut at London’s prestigious Concours on Savile Row later this month. The Skye promises to captivate onlookers with its enigmatic design blurring the lines between coupe, SUV, and beach buggy.

The full interior has yet to be revealed, but from what we can see, the interior will be upmarket and boast sporty touches, such as a slim center console that cascades down from the dashboard. The automaker notes that several dials control the climate settings and other key features. We can also see a three-spoke steering wheel with a red-trimmed 12 o’clock marker and a touchscreen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Powered by a 42-kilowatt-hour battery pack, the SKYE offers a driving range of 170 miles and impressive acceleration, clocking 0-60 mph in under four seconds. Despite its rugged off-road capabilities, the SKYE maintains a sleek profile, measuring 159 inches long and weighing just 2,535 pounds. Thanks to a total width of 74.8 inches, road presence is guaranteed.

The shape of the rear glass is particularly appealing, mimicking the wraparound rear windscreen of the third and fourth-generation Camaros. Callum says the SKYE will have space for up to four occupants despite the compact dimensions. Up front, there are two sports seats, while the second row features a bench seat that is “suitable for children.” When not in use, the bench can be removed to increase the available luggage space. There are no figures, but the automaker says there is sufficient storage for sports equipment or a weekend away.

Available to order now, with pricing ranging from $101,600 to $127,000, the SKYE marks the beginning of a new era in automotive design, promising future variants tailored to diverse driving experiences. The SKYE can be reserved here.

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