Visitors at this year’s MPH 07 will be the first in the UK to catch a glimpse of the new Jaguar XF model.
The event comes to Earl’s Court in London on November 1st 2007 and moves on to the NEC in Birmingham on the 8th.
A "contemporary", "striking" look has been boasted by the manufacturer and the company is hoping the model will attract those currently in BMW and Audi vehicles.
Lee Master, show director, stated that he was pleased to have the car on display at this year’s show.
"The live action arena showcases the greatest cars alongside stunt and theatre elements … Jaguar was inundated with interest when it launched the XK here in 2005, I am sure it will be the same with the XF," he said.
Jaguar was bought by Ford in 1989, after being originally founded by Sir William Lyons in 1922.