Jaguar is planning to replace the XK Coupe (pictured) for larger XJ, something that should happen by the year 2017. According to published the English site AutoExpress, the model would be called XJ Coupe.
China maintained its global leadership in automotive industry sales in January 2014. According to consulting firm JATO Dynamics, the country has had an impressive growth of 7.6% in the month compared to the same period of 2013, totaling over 2 million units sold in the first month of this year.
The Jaguar XE small sedan was spotted in winter testing on an ice rink on Tuesday (11). The model will be direct opponent of the Audi A4, the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and should reach the market in 2015 with a four-door version.