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Jaguar XJ 2010 a little overview

In a short statement issued very recently, the marketing services giant Indian Tata, owners of Jaguar and Land Rover, we just unveil a first picture, which announced the upcoming release of the fifth version of the XJ sedan.

According to information obtained thin on the latter, everything indicates that it will be officially presented its world premiere at the holding of the International Motor Show in London, which will be held at the beginning of next July.

Finished aesthetic classicism, which until now has shown this luxury sedan or luxury, yet for some irreducible who remain faithful to the philosophical values ​​of the brand. Thus, it appears that the style of the newcomer will be just as modern and attractive than the new XF whose silhouette leaves no one indifferent.

The new structure used in the design and manufacture of the Jaguar XJ, 2010, will be replaced more than ever, has had both lightweight materials and sturdy as the aluminum design to reduce as much as possible the weight of this car. Thus, the body is entirely made of aluminum, as well as many mechanical elements.

Cote engines, the new sedan will have new atmospheric and diesel engines, which remain to be identified, according to different needs and tastes of different clienteles of target markets, such as European, Asian and North American.

If all goes as planned, the next Jaguar XJ should be commercialized from the beginning of 2010. The latter will also be available in declination with wheelbase lengthens to respect the tradition, even better stringing his teeth, face a competition already holds a very pronounced advance in this niche called prestige cars, all despite the global financial crisis ...

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