2017 Jaguar XF Sportbrake Headed To ThUS; All Ready For Its June Debut

May 19, 2017 06:49 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2017 Jaguar XF Sportbrake is all set for its first official debut slated on June 14, 2017. The XF is an ultimate lightweight and more dynamic as it was first made available back in 2015. This year, however, the XF is bigger and agiler having it named as the Sportbrake.

The 2017 Jaguar XF Sportbrake has been spied several times as it was being tested. Unfortunately, it did not show much of the car because of its heavy camouflage. However, it did not deter industry experts to come up with their own informed conclusions.

June 14 of this year is going to be a big date for this vehicle. It is all set to capture the world's attention, especially the potential U.S. buyers. The Sportbrake is going to be sold in the U.S. It is expected to do well in both European and North American market.

The latest visuals on the Sportbrake revealed its front and side details. It was recently made available with almost no cover at all. However, the rest of the car is still camouflaged, this time with tennis balls. This is because Jaguar is the vehicle supplier of Wimbledon and Andy Murray is set to reveal it in June.

From the spied Sportbrake, it showed its similarity to its sedan counterpart. The roof is also significantly extended. The rounded window corners suggest the D-Pillar of the previous model is eliminated.

The 2017 Jaguar XF Sportbrake is expected to arrive in showrooms later this year. It will boast of better practicality over its saloon-bodied counterpart. Images also reveal that the Sportbrake will have a full-length panoramic roof.

The 2017 Jaguar XF Sportbrake is better in more ways than one. Its boot space is bigger that the saloon counterpart for having 600-liters more capacity. It will even become larger as all rear seats are folded, giving a total space of 1,700-liters.

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