According to the previously mentioned automotive publication, the new design philosophy isn't going to debut on the second-generation XF sedan that's slated to debut next year, but on the next-generation XJ in 2017. Unfortunately, the C-X17-inspired Jaguar crossover is still under "close consideration" at the present moment. Furthermore, there's no word on a replacement for the XK grand tourer.
Nevertheless, Jaguar is heading towards a bright future with the F-Type and recently unveiled XE, so we expect aluminum construction, Ingenium petrol and diesel engines and a less laggy infotainment system to be the highlights of upcoming Jaguars. Before the all-new XJ will be unveiled in 2017, Jaguar engineers and designers will be busy with the more economical four-pot variants of the XE, the facelifted XJ, the highly anticipated second-gen XF and (*fingers crossed*) that C-X17 concept-based crossover model.