Jaguar XF ‘makes its own rules’

Jaguar has claimed that its new XF model challenges convention and sets its own boundaries.

The British manufacturer has stated that the vehicle marks the beginning of a new era, espousing the bold new Jaguar design language with an experience both striking in appearance and confident in ability.

Featuring shift-by-wire transmission control, allowing smoother gearshifts, the car’s smart use of technology allows for improved comfort and ease of use.

Jaguar believes that the model is a milestone for the company – a sign of the future and also true to the original vision of the manufacturer.

"The XF is synonymous with the forward-looking focus that now defines the Jaguar brand. Its design language is entirely new, its performance and dynamic flavour support – even eclipse – its sporting looks," the company stated.

Jaguar was founded by Sir William Lyons in 1922 and was bought by Ford in 1989.


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