• Sep 12th 2007 at 6:32PM
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The new Jaguar XF is undoubtedly a handsome car, albeit slightly marred by the awkward look of its headlights. It's also a crucial model for Jaguar as the carmaker's future is basically pegged on the success or failure of the new volume-seller. Because of this, developing several more variants of the car would be a smart a move as it should enable Jaguar to sell more cars.

Though nothing has been confirmed, new renderings of a possible convertible XF have turned up showing a car with a shortened wheelbase and only two doors. Jaguar already sells the XK convertible, but the significant price differential between the two should ensure only a limited number of sales being cannibalized. Also, if Jaguar were to build an XF droptop then we're quite positive a coupe version would ensue. This also leaves the door open for even more models, perhaps a wagon or off-roader. Then again, maybe not.

Thanks for the tip, Iris!

[Source: CWW Car Design]

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