Jaguar XK should leave the line

Jaguar XK should leave the line

The Jaguar XK should take the line further in 2014. According to news site published by Autocar, the British manufacturer will focus on the development of new cars such as the newly announced XE , its new entry model.

One of the decisive reasons for the probable cut XK is the drop in sales. In 2013, approximately 4000 units were sold, with a gradual decrease throughout the year. The expectation is that 2014 numbers are even lower, with the F-Type Coupe "stealing" a lot of potential buyers of the XK.

It is possible, however, that the XK still save. For this, however, he must undergo a change of profile. "It could get bigger and more luxurious," said Ian Callum, Jaguar's design director, to confirm that there is no final decision.

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