Jaguar already announced that it will show us the all-new 2015 Jaguar XE on September 8th, but the manufacturer is working hard in order to be sure that the launch will be perfect. The first person that will perform the first FEEL XE project will be Emeli Sande, the well-known British singer and songwriter.
Emeli and Jaguar are looking to the public for inspiration as the singer begins to write a FEEL XE song about the feeling of exhilaration in order to get some inspiration.
So, using #FEELXE hash tag you can share words, pictures, sounds and videos through social media and express what makes you feel Exhilarated.
Regarding the photo shown by Jaguar, this shows the 2015 Jaguar XE in S trim, featuring an aggressively styled front bumper with three air intakes, the front grille featuring the S logo and the well-known Jaguar head as well as the angular headlights fitted with LED daytime running lights.
Emeli Sande is not the only celebrities that Jaguar will work with as the manufacturer is also collaborating with Stella McCartney and Idris Elba for FEEL XE. Emmy nominated British actor Idris Elba will create a FEEL XE project with his production company Green Door Pictures that will be inspired by his passion for cars and innovation.
Regarded as the most advanced Jaguar sports saloon so far, the new XE is always and immediately recognizable as a Jaguar. This unmistakable identity is made known by its aluminum skin wrapping a body boasting of perfect proportions and aerodynamic efficiency.
Looking back at history, Jaguar developed the blueprint for the first sports saloon when it created the already iconic Mk II, a stylish four-door saloon boasting of a performance typical of a sports car. Building on the heritage started by the Mk II, the new XE sports saloon makes use of Jaguar's expertise in lightweight construction while embedding it with exquisite lines, precise surfaces and sharp radii.
Amazingly, the new Jaguar XE is the only car in its class to employ an aluminum-intensive monocoque. Both the XE and the platform that underpins it -- Jaguar's lightweight, modular vehicle architecture – were expected to underpin several Jaguar models in the future as it they were meant to open new design possibilities for the brand.
The new XE is gifted with a well-sculpted bonnet that lends it a taut, muscular look – proof of Jaguar's expertise in working with aluminum. The new XE also comes with raked windscreen and a rising waistline, both accentuating the sports saloon’s coupe-like profile.