Word of mouth about the Jaguar XF Estate has been on the rounds for years. But we ought to be sure to start the lingering. We are finally relieved – rather excited – that the reports have now got an official green flag as Andrew Whyman – the XF’s Chief Engineer – has acknowledged the car is in the making.
Jaguar plans to adopt alphanumeric monikers. Well the adoption of the new naming system is said to avoid confusions.
Jaguar has released a promo video of their new model Jaguar XKR-S. The car debuted at the Geneva Motor Show last week. The XKR-S boasts of many a notable feature and comes as a celebration piece in connection with the 50th anniversary of the E-type of the company. The vehicle also claims to be one of the most powerful Jaguars created ever.
Jaguar has said that its XF model will have a special Black Pack trim package. The package will give the XF a ser of option that have been seen on the XK sports car – including the distinct dark-gray 20-inch Draco alloy wheels in a diamond-turned design.
The buzz in the auto industry is that Jaguar is toying with the possibility of getting into production of the C-X75. Sources have been telling some auto publications that Jaguar is doing a feasibility study, which looks at the viability of producing approximately 1,000 to 2,000 C-X75s every year.