Three new models coming from Jaguar

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 26, 2010

According to the latest reports it appears that Jaguar recently approved a new product plant that it will give us three new models: a small sports car, an entry-level sedan and a station wagon. Although we don’t like the idea of a station wagon, we are looking forward to see the new sports car. Currently, Jaguar is pushing its recently redesigned XJ and wants to boos global sales by as much as a half this year to 75,000 cars.

In order to do that but also to improve its image in the United States, the British manufacturer is offering a 5-year/50,000-mile scheduled free maintenance on its 2011 models.

Regarding Jaguar’s product plans for 2010-2013, here is short description: the new owner, Tata Motors approved a new four- or five-door entry-level model in order to take on the Bmw 3-Series and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and It appears that this new model will share the same platform and architecture with the next-generation XK coupe and convertible and a new small 2+2 sports car, while its debut on the market will be made in 2014.

The entry level-sports car dubbed XE might go on sale n 2012 and will take on cars such as the Porsche Boxster. [via autonews - sub. required]

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