With the sale of Aston Martin
has disposed of the only profitable division in its British portfolio. However, that frees up the automaker to turn it's full attention to the Coventry Cat. We got a pretty good look at Jaguar's
new design language in the form of a concept version of the S-Type replacement when Jaguar unveiled the C-XF in Detroit
in January. Ever since then, photos of camo-covered prototypes have been popping up all over the web. Australian site Drive.com.au has one of the clearest shots yet of the profile of the new XF
, and aside from a slightly taller roof, it looks pretty close to the concept.