The vehicle looks to be identical to its four-door counterpart from the B-pillar forward, boasting the same sheetmetal we all know and love. Aft of that, however, the vehicle wears all new skin, complete with a somewhat awkward C-pillar and what appears to be a familiar black-trim treatment on the D-pillar. The Jaguar XJ employs a similar look on its rear, though the XF wagon's looks to be highlighted with a chrome swoosh.
If this is actually the Jaguar XF Sportbrake, the vehicle isn't as graceful as we'd hoped. Even so, we're glad to see the company's designers skipped a steeply raked roof in favor of what will likely be a useful cargo area. Inside, the rear seats fold flat to handle larger loads as well.
The XF wagon is likely to be a European model only, and will come boasting a range of turbo diesel powerplants. The standard naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter V8 will likely also be an option, though no supercharged variant has been discussed as of yet.