Jaguar has released the first details of its new XF Sportbrake estate ahead of the cars official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
The stylish-looking vehicle is based on the XF saloon, but features a hugely extended load base, meaning plenty of space for you golf clubs or luggage, as well as enough seats for all the family.
With the seats up, the boot boasts an impressive capacity of 550 litres, extended to 1,675 litres if the seats are folded away.
However, Jaguar has attempted to hold onto as much of the handling capabilities of the XF saloon as possible by only extending the length of the car by 5mm, increasing the weight by less 70kg and making sure the chassis structure matches the strength of the conventional XF.
The car is expected to go on sale in the summer, with a starting price of around £32,500.
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