Jaguar has made estate cars before, and they always offered a good rival for the German cars that dominate this segment in Europe. With the new XF Sportbrake though, which is their first wagon car they’ve made under the new ownership, they believe they have made the most versatile Jag yet. It is classy and stylish as every Jaguar should be, but thanks to its clever design and engineering, it is also hugely practical.
This video will showcase the Sportbrake’s capabilities in taking care of family needs:
The design-led approach that created the Jaguar XF Sportbrake’s exterior has been achieved in tandem with the goal of maximising practicality. The extended roofline affords rear-seat passengers an additional 48mm of headroom and the seats offer both a 60:40 split fold function and integral ski hatch. Remote-fold levers inside the load-space opening allow the seats to be stowed flat quickly and easily, creating a cargo volume of up to 1675 litres.