Alas, I do not think that it does.Steve Willo said:It's a bit more than a "Photoshop" picture. This was an Email from the Sales Manager at Hatfields where I got my XF:
Here is a picture of the new XJ. As you can see it certainly has the wow factor. It should be available late 2009/early 2010. We expect prices to be similar to current XJ.
If you would like to pre order a vehicle you may do so with a deposit of £500 and be among the first to own one. Your deposit would put you on a list.
Once we have exact prices and specification we will ask for a further £1500 to secure your car, at this point we would refund your initial deposit of £500 should the vehicle not be suitable, but judging by the picture I don’t think this will be the case.
I hope that clears things up.
I am afraid the photo does nothing for me. Too in your face! :roll:pekem said:Alas, I do not think that it does.
It is an astonishingly bad picture from which to solicit pre-orders; certainly not a Jaguar Publicity Dept effort. It would appear that Hatfields have simply copied the photograph published by Auto Express. It may be that zeal of the Sales Manager at Hatfields will cost them dear because it appears to be a straightforward breach of the copyright held by Radivan Varicak
http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/news/autoe ... ar_xj.html
As you have seen a drawing can you say if it does look anything like the XF or whether it is a totally different design? I was hoping they would continuie with the XF 'design language.'craig said:Having seen an original drawing of the new XJ i can categorically state that it doesnt look like that. It is a photoshop for autoexpress with them speculating how it may look.