Jaguar’s Star is Rising with a Chance of All-New Models Starting in 2014
Many Jaguar drivers in the New York City area who come to Manhattan Jaguar NYC located at 787 11th Ave. New York, NY have expressed an interest in learning what Jaguar has in store for them in the future. As such, we thought we'd take a moment to satiate enthusiasts' curiosity. After all, while many people are forthright and ask us about the imminent evolution of Jaguar's lineup, there are likely just as many drivers who keep such queries to themselves.
Let's start with the Jaguar XF, shall we? This summer, it received a minor facelift, gaining a new hood, headlamps, grille and bumper. Its high-performance counterpart, the XFR, gained a set of sportier body pieces to distinguish it from the XF. And, Jaguar is expected to put forth a completely redesigned next-gen XF in 2015. At that time, the U.S. will also likely gain a coupe variant.
Remember the Jaguar C-X16 sport car concept, which recently debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show? Word on the street is that the tenacious two-door, which Jaguar refers to as, "the spiritual successor to the E-Type"1, can be expected as early as 2012. With a dramatic, long hood, contrasting short rear overhang, and V6 engine, it's expected to give the Boxter a run for its money.
Moving down the line, the Jaguar XJ promises less change than either the XF or C-X16 derivative. It was redesigned just a year ago. As such, no alterations are planned until at least 2013. When it does finally happen, it will be subtle.
That's not to say Jaguar is scared to shake things up. Rather, the Leaping Cat, is planning to move the C-X75 hybrid supercar concept that debuted at last year's Paris Auto Show, into production, in 2013. The mere 250 units made are slated to hit the market in 2015. Early estimates have the car's starting M.S.R.P. at between $1.2 million and $1.5 million. Also, in 2013, Jaguar plans to launch a redesign of their oldest flagship model, the venerable XK.
Last but not least, is an all-new compact sedan slated to hit before 2014. Jaguar hasn't offered such a model type in three years. But, to compete on even ground with the 3 Series, they decided they should - and that it will start below 40 grand. Beyond that, details are a little sparse.
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