After much speculation Jaguar has officially confirmed it will debut a refreshed version of its XF sedan, as well as yet another modernized take on the increasingly dated XK at the New York Auto Show next week.
Neither will be new models, but both will receive updated front and rear fascias intended to keep the products looking modern, while also bringing some cohesiveness to the overall Jag brand image.
As for the XFR, Jaguar is promising “dramatic new styling” for the supercharged 510-hp sedan.
In addition, both the XF and XK are likely to receive a new 8-speed automatic transmission that should improve both performance and fuel economy.
As for the flagship XJ, it will remain mostly unchanged, although a new Rear Seat Comfort package will add goodies like reclining and massaging rear seats with lumbar adjustment.
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