Jaguar XE teaser shows in Geneva

Jaguar XE teaser shows in Geneva

Jaguar announced at the Geneva show that the XE, its first sedan midsize sedan, which will hit the market in 2015, located below the XF. The model, which will fight with Audi A5, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, adopts structure across monobloc aluminum, using the architecture presented in the concept C-X17.

The XE will also be the first model to adopt a brand new line of diesel engines, newly developed by Mark inglesa.Segundo information of the European press, the car should have sloped rear window, a small bump on the back, lower front and large air intakes, plus spoiler and LED daytime running lights.

The car is expected to reach 300 km / h, with CO2 emissions below 100g/km. The price should be in the range of $ 50,000.

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