2013 Jaguar XF Sportbrake in Geneva Motor Show
2013 Jaguar XF Sportbrake is one of the most flexible cars ever made by Jaguar. It has been debuted on 2012 Geneva International Motor Show. The images of this car on Twitter depict a wagon edition of the XF sedan. The vehicle is roomier than the sedan edition. The cargo area is 19.4 cubic feet. If you pick the sedan edition, you will only get 17.7 cubic ft. If you fold the rear seats, you will get more rooms up to 59.2 cubic feet. When you want to fold the seats, you can activate the remote levers. The passengers who sit on the rear seats will be more comfortable since they will get 1.9 inches more headroom. The cargo area features 3 compartments. They are functional to store your tiny pieces.
The automaker states that this new car features the unique and new B-pillar. Compared to the sedan car, it is 0.2 inch longer and 154 pounds heavier. There are some interesting key cues that you can see on the exterior. Some of them include the redesigned curved spoiler, a rounded tail, chrome trim strip, LED illumination, and many more. When you turn your eyes on the front view, you will be a bit disappointed since its appearance is like the standard XF.
2013 Jaguar XF Sportbrake is outfitted with 2.2-liter inline-4 turbodiesel engine. It can generate the powertrain in the rate of 187 hp. If you want more power, I recommend you to pick 3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel engine. It can produce the total output of 271 hp. The engine will be mated with 8-speed automatic control. The all wheel drive system comes as the standard feature in this new wagon car.
The appearance of 2013 Jaguar XF Sportbrake on the exhibition floor is impressive. The European customers who want to get it as their personal ride should wait until the third quarter of 2012.