Jaguar may use a BMW platform to underpin two new small SUVs, British motoring magazine Autocar said.
The models -- a traditional-looking SUV and a coupe-styled crossover variant -- are in the early stages of development, the magazine said.
As part of Jaguar Land Rover's expanding cooperation with BMW, the cars could be based on BMW's new FAAR front-wheel-drive platform that debuts with BMW's latest 1-series compact car, the report said.
They would carry the Pace name that Jaguar uses for SUVs and crossovers, the report said.
BMW's FAAR platform could also be used for a new, entry-level Land Rover and for the next-generation Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport, Autocar said.
In June, BMW said it will develop a new-generation of electric motors, transmission and power electronics with Jaguar Land Rover with a joint team of BMW and JLR experts located in Munich. The team is tasked with further developing BMW's fifth-generation eDrive technology that will debut this year on the iX3 battery-powered SUV.
Former BMW executives hold key engineering and other top management roles at Jaguar Land Rover, including CEO Ralf Speth.