After getting a mixed review for the XK, Jaguar is pulling out all the stops with the S-type, according to J Mays. Mays claims the vehicle's design is enough to return the brand to its former glory. A source to Automotive News Europe claims that the design is innovative and lacks all traces of retro styling — welcome news to those S-type owners who complain that their vehicles look too much like Jags from the early 90s. We should see the new vehicle on the market in 2007. The current S-type is pictured.
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