We can’t see much, but surely there’s something new underneath the disguise.
Much like the Mercedes E-Class, it competes with; the Jaguar XF is close to receiving an update to avoid a midlife crisis. We first saw the British luxury midsize model back in September 2019 when a Sportbrake prototype was spotted testing, and now we will share fresh spy shots of the sedan. Unsurprisingly, the test vehicle wears the same precise camouflage within the very same areas because the more practical wagon and even the highest of the dashboard are roofed up.
Despite the great disguise, the XF does appear to feature a replacement set of headlights, albeit the deceiving camouflage makes it appear as if the prototype had an equivalent cluster. The front bumper is probably going new also, while the taillights look to be featuring fresh graphics. Jaguar has perhaps made some changes to the rear bumper, but nothing to write down home about.
More significant changes will occur inside the cabin where perceived quality is rumored to extend significantly during a bid to raised compete with the German rivals. There’s also getting to be more tech than before, with the XF allegedly adopting a secondary screen for the climate controls within the same vein because of the I-Pace and XE facelift. There should even be a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster à la 2021 F-Type to stay up with the days.
Details about the engines are scarce at the instant, but the gallons of diesel will likely get cleaner to satisfy Europe’s more stringent regulations planned for 2021. It’ll be interesting to ascertain whether Jaguar Land Rover’s newly developed 3.0-liter inline-six internal-combustion engine equipped with an electrical supercharger and a turbocharger is going to be available within the revised XF. One thing is needless to say; it’s not going into the Evoque because it doesn’t fit.