The XF Sportbrake is the latest addition to Jaguar’s range, bringing back Jag’s family estate cars with a nice and cool product that is not only good at moving stuff around, it’s also good-looking and good to drive. The Sportbrake has also helped creating 1,100 new jobs in UK. What sets the Jaguar XF Sportbrake apart is its interesting design compared to its German rivals. That is the subject of this video.
The Jaguar XF Sportbrake is entirely new from the B-pillar backwards, endowing it with a very different aesthetic, exemplified by the tautly-drawn elegance of the side-window line and highlighted by its polished finish. The conjunction of flowing rear window graphic, rising waist and estate roofline lends the XF Sportbrake a dynamic, broad-shouldered stance.
Engine-wise the car can be had with the new 2.2-litre diesel, which is hugely economical, while the 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 is available in two states of tune, with 275PS in the range-topping Diesel S. A turbo V6 petrol will also become available.