New Jaguar XF is better in every way with stunning results
It may look like the old XF but under that skin is a tech revolution and a talented sports saloon
Jaguar’s life in business has never been a smooth, easy ride (ironic when you think how smooth some of its cars have been). Formed out of the old Swallow Sidecars company after World War II, Jaguar hit early headlines with striking cars that were strikingly affordable. The original XK120, the inimitable E-Type, the hugely successful C-Type and D-Type race cars. The iconic MkII saloon.
All that success and glamour hit the buffers when...
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