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First Drive
2018 Jaguar XF S Sportbrake Review | Who needs a crossover with a wagon this sexy?

Jaguar gambles on a wagon hunch for the States.

Folding the Sportbrake's rear seats down produces a nice, flat expanse for cargo, with no obtrusive humps or bumps on the side.

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Jaguar design chief Ian Callum rules out station wagons

Jaguar's chief designer Ian Callum told journalists at the launch of the new F-Pace that the company won't be making any more wagons... just crossovers.

Geneva
2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake flaunts its beautiful backside

Ah, Europe: The land of forbidden wagons. Automakers like Cadillac and Acura may have taken a chance and brought out new wagons in the United States over the past few years, but it doesn't mean that the Yankee market will be flooded with useful premium cargo-haulers anytime soon. A shame, too, since Jaguar's new XF Sportbrake is an estate we'd love to see parked

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Jaguar reveals XF Sportbrake ahead of Geneva debut

If you're of the opinion that the world needs fewer bloated crossovers and SUVs and more station wagons, first of all, you're in good company. Wagons can offer all the cargo capacity and most of the versatility of their taller siblings, only without the wobbly handling and excess weight. Secondly, today's your day, because Jaguar has unleashed its new XF Sportbrake.

Rendered Speculation: Jaguar XF Sportbrake

It likely comes as no shock to hear we're all sorts of excited about the prospect of a Jaguar XF Sportbrake. Even though we know the model may never show up on our shores, we're happier in a world in which a machine like this exists. Ivan Martinovic has been so kind as to render what the longroof XF may look like once Zach Bowman