If you are a fan of Jaguar’s XJ model, then you can start rejoicing now.
The firm just recently revealed its new model – the XJ sedan, Thursday evening at a ceremony in London.
The model, designed at Whitley, Coventry, will be built at the Castle Bromwich factory near Birmingham.
Industry experts say that the sales of this new model will be important to the firm as it has lost about £1m a day (whoa) during the past 10 months. I don’t even want to compute how much the total loss is. J
The XJ model isn’t new in the block though. In fact, the original model dates back to the late 1960’s and has been a source of pride for Jaguar since. The current XJ model was launched in 2003 and was given a makeover four years after.
“The original XJ was a very stunning, revolutionary car and it’s rightfully our place to go back there and proclaim that place again,” designer director Ian Callum has said of the model.