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First Sight Of The New 2010 Jaguar XJ - Web Exclusive

Apr 21, 2009
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An all-new Jaguar XJ will make its public debut this July - and today saw the preview and release of first information on this new Jaguar.

Speaking at Auto Shanghai 2009, Jaguar Cars Managing Director, Mike O'Driscoll confirmed that the new XJ will go on sale at the end of 2009 - but will officially be revealed on July 9th in London.

The all-new XJ is the first car to feature the next-generation of Jaguar's aerospace-inspired aluminum body architecture. All of Jaguar's new ultra-efficient Gen 3 gasoline and diesel engines will be available in the new XJ, including the acclaimed V6 diesel and 510hp supercharged V8. There will also be a choice of standard or long-wheelbase models, and the new car will include a panoramic glass roof.

Full details of the all-new XJ including prices will be revealed on July 9th and orders for delivery in early 2010 will be taken from this time. Dependent on market, the all-new XJ will be in dealerships from the end of this year.

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