The cars look and perform better than any Jaguars ever, but the company struggles to make a profit. Here’s the latest to bear the name. From Autos:
The big Jaguar sedan that competes against the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, BMW 5-Series and Audi A6 has been overshadowed in recent years by the British luxury brand’s more sporting models. Jaguar hopes to change that with a 2016 version of the XF that’s up to 265 lbs. lighter than the outgoing version thanks to an all-aluminum chassis. Power will come from a 3-liter supercharged V-6, tuned to either 340 hp or 380 hp, with modern luxury effects in the interior like a 10.2-inch dashboard touchscreen.
That’s bigger than iPad size.