Does the Bunabhainneadar Tennis Court in Scotland really exist? That’s a flashy question that played with tennis player Andy Murray. Jaguar gives a ludicrous answer.
At the end of April, the British brand sent a first, clear picture of the world. At the same time, it was announced that the brand new XF Sportbrake is being presented mid June, but now an official date has also been released. June 14, Jaguar and Top Spokesman Andy Murray are red circled in their agenda. The British tennis player removes the newest creation of Jaguar’s day.
The appearance, like the previous generation, will differ slightly from the previously introduced XF Sedan. The Sportbrake will take on established values such as the Mercedes E-Class, BMW 5 Series and Volvo V90. It will remain the only sportbreak in the Jaguar range. Last year, the brand already confirmed that a business case was the outcome of an XE Sportbrake.