The last actual spy shots of Jaguar's replacement for the S-Type sedan we brought you way back in October. At the time, mules of the car were wearing the body of the current S-Type with a modified front clip that was obscured from view by a thick cover. These are the first spy shots we've seen of the XF, which the new sedan will be called, that show the actual production body style of the car. Note the high beltline and coupe-like profile of the roof. The front end is clearly inspired if not lifted directly from the C-XF concept that Jaguar debuted at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this month. The rear of the car also clearly shows those thin taillamps from the concept that span the width of the back. This mule is also wearing particularly large wheels, maybe 18- or 19-inchers sporting five wide spokes. Though the XF will largely carry over the underpinnings and engines of the current S-Type, the design is shaping up to be an eye-catching number that could, we stress could, turn around the fortunes of PAG's most beleagured brand.
[Source: BilNorge.no via CoolBrits.net]

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