Jaguar XE spied flying over LondonMon, 08 Sep 2014 08:45:00 EST
We only have a few hours to wait before Jaguar finally, and fully, unveils its oft-teased XE sedan. But the Internet is no respecter of secrets, as these very last-minute spy shots make clear.
Presumably being airlifted to its spectacular debut location near Earl's Court in London, the BMW 3-Series-fighting XE was captured mid-flight, and completely undisguised.
The images are understandably a bit blurry, but they do confirm that DNA from the current Jag lineup is transitioning nicely to the new small luxury sedan. The XE shows a stance typical of the brand, with a relatively short rear overhang, and big, boldly styled wheels. The bluff front end is reminiscent of if the XF and XJ, and, as we know from earlier teasers, will wear a "growler" logo over a black grille.
First reported by Dutch car site Auto Week, you can click through to check out a few more images of the XE, as well. But be sure to check back here later this afternoon as the full details of the new Jaguar sport sedan are released.
By Seyth Miersma
See also: Jaguar XE teased in new video, will debut September 8, CMC to produce limited run of Callum's Jaguar Mark 2 [w/video], 2015 Jaguar F-Type V6 S Coupe.