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First view of new Jaguar

ON Sunday Jaguar will unveil its new concept, the C-XF, signalling the onset of a 'new era for Jaguar'.

The four-door sports saloon is a clear indication of the design direction that the next generations of Jaguar saloons will take, the company says. It will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show.

The C-XF is designed by the same teams that produced the award-winning Jaguar XK sports GT range in 2005, headed by Jaguar director of design Ian Callum and head of advanced design Julian Thomson.

"The C-XF – and the future generations of sports saloons it signals – reaffirms the direction Jaguar is taking," said Bibiana Boerio, managing director of Jaguar Cars. "When we launched the new XK sports car series, we talked about a product-led transformation of the company. We promised that new Jaguars would be beautiful, fast, glamorous and evocative. The new XK delivered on that promise and the C-XF proves that these same values and more are coming in Jaguar saloon cars."

  • To view the first images and video of the new C-XF click on next page.

    Concept video

    Jaguar design briefings are a compilation of online videos, photography and words that capture various themes of the future design direction for Jaguar.

    You'll need Quicktime to view this file. Place cursor on the image and move around to see the interior of the car.

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