GET READY TO MEET The XF Sportbrake


Arriving later this year

Keep your eyes peeled and get ready to meet your new estate car hero - the XF Sportbrake.

Jaguar have announced that it will reveal an all new XF Sportbrake this the summer.

The XF Sportbrake will offer improved practicality without sacrificing the dynamic design and agile handling customers expect.

The models exterior design will be built upon the same aluminium architecture as the saloon, and will adopt its more practical body shape. However, the XF Sportbrake will see an increase in the rear head room and boot space – from 600 Litres to 1,700 litres with the seats down.

A full-length panoramic glass roof is expected to dawn the XF Sportbrake making the cabin light and airy. Full LED headlamps, deeper license plates, bigger bumper vents and larger central air intakes are also expected to be featured on the car.

The XF Sportbrake will offer improved practicality without sacrificing the dynamic design and agile handling customers expect.


The XF Sportbrakes silhouette sweeps towards the rear almost into the distance
“With XF Sportbrake we’ve created a silhouette which sweeps towards the rear, almost into the distance, and really gives the car a sense of speed and sportiness.”
IAN CALLUM
JAGUAR DIRECTOR OF DESIGN
The XF Sportbrake silhouette gives the car a sense of speed and sportiness


The Engines will emulate the saloon range, with entry-level 161bhp and 178bhp 2.0-litre diesels in Prestige, R-Sport and Portfolio specs. An S car will also be produced with 297bhp, a 375 bhp V6 petrol and an extreme SVR model to rival its competitors.



Jaguar unveiled the first glimpse of the new desirable XF Sportbrake at the iconic centre court at Wimbledon. The famously manicured lawn served as a canvas as the ground staff transformed the venue’s famous lines into a large-scale outline of the dynamic sports estate – under the watchful eye of Ian Callum, Jaguar Director of Design, and Neil Stubley, Head Groundsman.



The XF Sportbrake outline of the iconic Wimbledon lawn
"Ian and I come from very different professions but the roles of Head Groundsman and Design Director at Jaguar have one thing in common – our dedication to achieving perfect precise lines. If we get one line out of place, the whole world will see it, so it’s vital that we achieve 100 per cent precision with every line we draw"

NEIL STUBLEY
WIMBLEDON HEAD GROUNDSMAN
Ian Callum, Director of Jaguar Design, with, Neil Stubley, Head Groundsman,