Jaguar kicked off its SUV game with the F-Pace in 2015, and followed up quickly with the smaller E-Pace and electric I-Pace. But the leaping cat isn’t quite done yet – Autocar reports that Jaguar is working on an all-new J-Pace flagship SUV that will debut in 2021.

The road-biased J-Pace, designed to “beat the Porsche Cayenne at its own game,” will have Range Rover underpinnings and all-aluminium construction. The sporty luxury Jag SUV is expected to be longer, lower and possibly more spacious in the back than the Range Rover, which it will also share powertrains with.

The J-Pace will be designed with half a mind on China, the world’s largest auto market, where luxury cars are usually chauffeur-driven and a long wheelbase is treasured.

Jaguar is doubling down on SUVs not just because of the segment’s boom, but because the F-Pace has proven to be successful. The AC report says that it’s the marque’s most successful model for decades, with over 70,000 units sold last year, after a similar rate in 2016.

The 2017 World Car of The Year is expected to gain a plug-in hybrid concept this year (JLR already has PHEV versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, and Jaguar has promised at least one electrified version of every model by 2020) and a mid-life facelift in 2019. A full model change will surface in late 2022, it adds. There’s no stopping the SUV gravy train!

GALLERY: Jaguar F-Pace SVR