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By Drew Johnson

Although the Jaguar XF may still seem like a new vehicle, the BMW 5-Series competitor is actually creeping up on its third birthday. That means it’s just about time for a mid-cycle refresh, with our spy photographers sending us the first images of the revised sedan.

Although still hidden beneath heavy camouflage, it appears as though the updated XF will sport revised front and rear fascias. Judging by the visible outlines, the next XF will be gaining XJ-inspired headlights, ditching the current model’s round cutout.

Outback it looks as though the XF is getting a bit more curvaceous, with a rear end that looks to be inspired by Infiniti’s recent M sedan. Although difficult to judge by the latest spy shots, it remains possible the XF could adopt a vertical rear lights inspired by the XJ.

No word on powertrain upgrades, but we expect the XF to carryover with its current range of 5.0L V8 offerings.

Look for the 2012 Jaguar XF to arrive sometime next summer.



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(More) Spy Shots: 2012 Jaguar XF

by Jonathon Ramsey (RSS feed) on Sep 15th 2010 at 3:32PM

2012 Jaguar XF spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery

It feels like Jaguar's renaissance has only just begun, and here's the sedan that started it all, already prepping for its own renaissance. The Jaguar XF, in line to be fitted with some tailoring taken from the XJ's handsome suit of sheetmetal, was caught again stretching its legs in the desert. The exterior changes won't be radical, but expect a smattering of fascia work and some tweaking of lines and light clusters out back, along with some revised and refined interior elements.



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