Jaguar XF Sportbrake removes camouflageAugust 12, 2020
New spy shots of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake showed a British wagon with slightly less camouflage on the front. The updated station wagon and its sedan counterpart are expected to hit showrooms next year.
Fading camouflage from the front reveals re-shaped headlights with sharper edges than current models. The grille is likely to have sharper corners as well, however the mesh on top of it is just filler, so the final look may be slightly different. The circular elements of the dashboard resemble the sensors for the driver assistance system.
The bottom of the panel is also slightly different as the entry holes in the corners are more trapezoidal. The hole in the center has small ridges on the outer edges. Photo spies have yet to get good quality shots of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake’s interior, but interior adjustments are expected to be standard and will affect the infotainment system to keep the model competitive in this segment.
Unfortunately, the rest of the body is still heavily disguised. The rear bumper is open but doesn’t look production-ready due to the matte black finish. If you look closely, you can see the two tailpipes pointing down.
The engine line-up for the XF sedan and XF Sportbrake station wagon will reportedly include updated diesel engines for Europe that will meet CO2 emissions regulations. Rumors have it that the model will lose the 3.0-liter supercharged V6.
Other technical details, as well as the debut date of the restyled Jaguar XF Sportbrake, remain a mystery. Experts believe that the official premiere of the novelty will take place before the end of 2020.
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