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2012 Jaguar XF estate spied

2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied

Jaguar has always been a company that’s rather open about its future plans but this time they’ve managed to surprise us a bit when the photos came in.

What we have here is a 2012 Jaguar XF estate version and it’s been spied while on a test run near its home base.

2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied
2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied

Not that much is expected to change dynamically about the estate version of the 2012 Jaguar XF but there’s bound to be a few details worth noticing.

Unfortunately, though a large car, the 2012 Jaguar XF is covered in camouflage almost completely and hides what we’d most want to see brilliantly.

There is some visibility inside via the rear side windows as well as the back one but since nobody’s been able to snap some spyshots of the 2012 Jaguar XF upclose, we’ll never know.

2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied
2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied

We’d niggle about it and say that the test driver must feel like he’s driving a van but the British brand has to protect those vital things that will set their car apart from the opposition.

Speaking of which, the main rivals will be the German trio of the BMW 5 Series Touring, Audi A6 Avant and the Mercedes E Class wagon.

2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied
2012 Jaguar XF Sportbrake spied

Part of the camouflage on the spied 2012 Jaguar XF estate talks about it being called the Sportbrake and even encourages you to follow it on twitter.

If the Brits get it right, their 2012 sales XF should be even better than they are at the moment. Expect to see the 2012 Jaguar XF estate fully unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

1 Comment

  • Pije February 21, 2012

    You are so right! I bhogut a used Pontiac Sunbird Wagon in the late 1990 s, it it was a 1987. I drove that car for years. It was easy on gas, ( a V-6), and the few times it did break down or ran out of gas it always managed to do it in front of our house or in the backyard. That Sunbird had a mind of its own. I did want a Sunfire, but the Sunbird was more practical with 2 small children. Even if I hit the lotto or something, I still would not invest in a new car, not worth it.

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