Jaguar has updated the C-X17 concept SUV for the 2013 Guangzhou Motor Show. The C-X17 first made an appearance at Frankfurt 2013, but this new Guangzhou 2013 update gets an interior that looks a small step closer to being production-ready.

The updated C-X17 concept measures 4,718 mm long, 1,959 mm wide and 1,649 mm tall, with 213 mm of ground clearance. It has a wheelbase of 2,905 mm, which is 10 mm longer than the current generation Porsche Cayenne’s. Those alloy wheels are a crazy 23 inches in size, and are expected to be much smaller for the production car. The production car will have an all-wheel-drive that sends more power to the rear wheels by default, and will feature systems like Torque Vectoring by Braking.

It’s a five-seater with a proper bench at the rear, instead of having the four individual bucket seat layout that the first C-X17 had. The interior features a combination of Jet and Tan leather, made by British leather specialists Connolly and Bridge of Weir. The interior has a 28-speaker Meridian sound system.

The C-X17 is built on Jaguar’s new advanced aluminium monocoque architecture called iQ[AI], but it won’t be the first production car to use it. The first production car will be a new mid-size C/D segment car which will go on sale in 2015 – a successor to the old Mondeo-based X-Type at long last.