An updated version of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake station wagon was spotted on tests

An updated version of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake station wagon was spotted on tests

July 24, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Some publications have published photos from tests of the updated Jaguar XF Sportbrake station wagon. The new 2021 model year will be shown in the coming weeks.

Foreign publications have been following the testing of the updated British Jaguar XF for a whole year. Judging by these new “spy” pictures of the XF Sportbrake station wagon, it seems that the engineers of the British company are not making any progress in developing the model.

Once on the Nürburgring race track in Germany, this prototype looks almost identical to the test car we first saw last September. Even the camouflage seems to be exactly the same. It seems that the front panel we saw on the prototype 10 months ago hasn’t changed much.

Even with the camouflage that covers most of the bodywork, we can say that there are a pair of thinner headlights and a more prominent false radiator grille at the front.

The revamped XF station wagon should receive increased comfort, as well as new interior elements, including a new steering wheel and an additional screen for climate control.

It’s hard to predict what will be under the hood of the luxury station wagon, but rumor has it that the 380-horsepower 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine will no longer be offered. This could result in the base 2.0-liter inline engine being the only gasoline engine for this model. A six-cylinder diesel engine should also be available depending on the region.

Jaguar is currently working on a range of new models, including the refreshed F-Pace crossover, and we expect the refreshed XF Sportbrake wagon to debut in a few weeks. It should go on sale by the end of the year as a 2021 model.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the debut of the electric Jaguar XJ will be delayed. The brand was supposed to present the new generation of the XJ sedan before the end of this year, but due to the crisis, plans had to be changed. Foreign media write about this.