Jaguar’s new baby sedan, the XE, has been recently spotted by our spy photographers while it was unloading from a truck at the Nurburgring test facility.
Rumors on Jaguar developing a new entry-level sedan have been around for a few months now and the model in question is already being tested by the British based automaker. Our spy photographers have caught the model on camera while it was being unloaded from a truck at the company’s Nurburgring test facility, where it’s currently being tested to go against models like the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the BMW 3-Series or the Audi A4, along with other models in the segment.
The new Jaguar XE, which has been codenamed the X760, is basically a spiritual successor of the X-Type, which will receive a generous engine family which will include a top of the line model allowing the four-door model to reach a top speed of 300 km/h. A more frugal version, which will emit less than 100 g/km of CO2, is also planned for this version. The new Jaguar XE is believed to be officially unveiled this summer, but deliveries of the model will begin in 2015. More details on it remain unknown for the moment.