Next Jaguar XF to Enter the Market in 2015

The Jaguar XF is the model that sits at the heart of the British brand’s resurrection process, with the vehicle being a true symbol of what a contemporary Jaguar means.

Carrying such a heavy burden on its fenders, the vehicle is now preparing to receive a facelift, which will allow it to offer enhanced features in order to keep fighting German rivals. However, Jaguar is already looking ahead, working on the next generation of the XF, as Autobild reports.

The next incarnation of the British saloon is expected to come with important changes and will be brought to the market in early 2015.

The vehicle will follow Jaguar’s Premium Lightweight Architecture, which will be used for all future cars belonging to the company. The aluminum construction concept, which was introduced on the XJ model, will make wonders for the future XF, keeping the weight down and thus increasing all-round performance and making the car more fuel-efficient.

The car will use a completely new platform that will offer one of the best compromises between dynamics and comfort and will come with a design that will borrow many styling cues from that of the current XJ.

However, the most significant changes will take place in the drivetrain area. The automotive producer will introduce a flybrid system that will being an extra 80 hp and cut fuel consumption by 20 percent. In addition to that, customers will be able to choose between rear-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive, with this being a first.
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