Jaguar has unveiled the new XJ four-door flagship model. It is characterized by alightweight aluminum construction and by a sleek streamlined design based on the formal language introduced with the XF.
The new XJ is characterized by a fluid, contemporary style and a flowing design, with the silhouette defined by the elongated teardrop shape of the side windows.
The streamlined body shares a drag coefficient of 0.29 with the XF saloon, making them the most aerodynamic Jaguars ever.
A coupé profile cloaks a cabin that offers comparable levels of space to saloons with a more conventional style.
There is generous accommodation for five occupants, while long-wheelbase models provide rear-seat passengers with greater levels of comfort thanks to an additional 125mm of rear legroom.
The refined interior has a strong sporting character throughout. Apanoramic glass roof, standard on all models and enhances the sense of light and space.
(Car Body Design news)