• Jun 2, 2009
2010 Jaguar XJ: Click above to view the video after the jump

The top-of-the-line leaping cat was blessed with an aluminum chassis that was well ahead of its time, but the Jaguar XJ's historically derivative design left luxury customers less than impressed – if indeed they recognized it as a new model. Chief Jaguar designer Ian Callum, who hit the ball right out of the park when he designed the award winning XF, now has an opportunity to make things right with the flagship XJ. We've already seen spy photos of the XJ's interior and exterior, and everything so far points to the Jag's flagship model taking plenty of cues from the smaller, less expensive XF; not that that's a bad thing.

The 2010 Jaguar XJ is one of the most eagerly anticipated unveilings this year, but since it won't go public until July 9, you'll have to wait until we can gather some more information. After the jump is a short video of Callum discussing his coup de gras; the new XJ. We only caught two very brief, very muddled shots of the next generation of Jaguar's "Gorgeous" design philosophy, but it's still worth a look.

[Source: Jaguar via YouTube]




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      • 5 Years Ago
      would be nice if we, uh, got to see a new pic
      • 5 Years Ago
      I prefer to click "Report" on your post instead.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Looks like the D-pillar is blacked out. Only okay looking thing that should have that is a Tahoe and its rebadged homies.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Well, allow me to chime in.

        1 - That's the C-Pillar, not the D. Yea, there's a structural element where the rear doot cut is, but that doesn't count as a pillar. This isn't a station wagon we're looking at here.

        2 - Are you seriously giving a "design review" from an overhead shot of a vehicle that's only partially lit from the sides?!

        3 - Who the hell are you to make the "rules" on what can and can't be done to a car's exterior? lol
      • 5 Years Ago
      Twit. "coup de gras" -> "coup de grace".
      • 5 Years Ago
      Ian Callum has designed some sexy cars... though, they are all starting to blend together. I would still get the XF supercharged, if I had the scratch.
      • 5 Years Ago
      ......lol