New Jaguar XJ should arrive in 2015

New Jaguar XJ should arrive in 2015

The new Jaguar XJ, which was recently seen in testing, parked next to the current model , to be launched in 2015.

Although the Jaguar offers currently one block 2.0 turbo petrol four-cylinder and 237 horsepower, the model can use the new engine line of four-cylinder JLR, called Ingenium, who make their debut in early 2015. Among the cars designed to use the new engine range is also the XE.

Jaguar recorded steady increase in sales of the XJ in recent months, an increase of 23% between January and September last year and the previous period in 2012. The jump in sales is due in part to increasing success in China.

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