The flagship sedan made by Jaguar, the XJ, is getting ready to receive a minor facelift as a test mule has been caught on camera recently, while it was being tested out.
The British based automaker Jaguar is currently working on a facelifted version of the XJ. The flagship sedan has been spotted in some cold climate testing while wearing light camouflage on its front fascia and rear end which is suggesting minor tweaks. The model in question will be getting a modified front bumper, updated headlights, a different rear bumper and probably some tweaked taillights. Other changes made to the exterior design of the car will probably include new sets of alloy wheels and changes will stop here.
The cabin of the luxury cruiser is expected to be tweaked too, but don’t expect significant changes because to the untrained eye this may look pretty much the same as the one on the current version. As far as the engine lineup goes, the 2016 Jaguar XJ will receive the same units, but don’t act too surprised if some of them will become slightly more powerful. Rumor has it that the model will receive a plug-in hybrid version, which has been already previewed by a concept car, the XJ E, which was shown a couple of years ago, in Geneva. The facelifted Jaguar XJ is said to be officially presented to the public this March, during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, but this hasn’t been confirmed at this time.