Jaguar : A first glimpse of the all-new XJ



An all-new Jaguar XJ will make its public debut this July – and today saw the preview and release of the first official information about the new car.

Speaking at Auto Shanghai 2009, Jaguar Cars Limited’s Managing Director, Mike O’Driscoll, confirmed that:

– the all-new XJ will go on sale at the end of 2009 – but will officially be revealed in London on the 9th July, 2009.

– the all-new XJ is the first car to feature the next-generation of Jaguar’s aerospace-inspired aluminium body architecture.

– all of Jaguar’s new ultra-efficient Gen III petrol and diesel engines will be available in the new XJ, including the already acclaimed V6 diesel and 510 bhp supercharged V8

– there will be a choice of standard or long wheelbase models.

– the all-new XJ will introduce the highest standards of personal luxury and specification, including a panoramic glass roof.

Full details of the all-new XJ including prices will be revealed on the 9th July, 2009 and orders for delivery in early 2010 will be taken from that date. Dependent on market, the all-new XJ will be in dealerships from the end of this year.

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Clive Goldthorp

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  1. Andrew McCheyne says:

    Shall there be a Daimler version?

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