Jaguar has announced its latest sedan, the Jaguar XE, which will be made using an aluminum monocoque construction, and it will be the first Jaguar vehicle made from the company’s new aluminium architecture.
Jaguar have not revealed any specific details about the exact line up of engines the Jaguar XE will use, although they did say there will be a range of petrol and diesel engines in four-cylinder two-litre petrol and diesel variants which will be built in the UK.
Kevin Stride, Jaguar’s Vehicle Line Director for XE, said: “The engineering development of the XE has focused on delivering customers with the most advanced, efficient and refined sports sedan in its class. We are excited about our progress to date and are looking forward to soon being able to demonstrate what we have achieved.”
Ian Callum, Director of Design, said: “The new Jaguar XE is every bit a modern Jaguar; more compact in size but visually striking. Customers will expect a great deal from a mid-size Jaguar – it must be practical but premium. We never forget we are designing a Jaguar and that means it must be as exciting to look at and drive as it is brilliant to run and practical to own. We believe we’ve done just that with the Jaguar XE.”
You can find out more information about the new Jaguar XE over at Jaguar at the link below.
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