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World tennis number one Andy Murray has just revealed the new Jaguar XF Sportbrake, which will go on a U.K.-wide tour to inspire the next generation of players.

18 Jun 2017 | International News : U.K.


Jaguar's dynamic new estate has been revealed by world tennis number one Andy Murray. The two-time Wimbledon champion pulled the covers off the new Jaguar XF Sportbrake before placing his precious Wimbledon trophy inside and sending it on a U.K.-wide tour to inspire the next generation of players.

The Jaguar XF Sportbrake boasts a generous 565-litre boot
Jaguar is the Official Car Partner of The Wimbledon Championships and to celebrate the relationship, the premium estate was revealed on a replica Centre Court. The moment was streamed on Facebook Live and can be viewed at www.facebook.com/Jaguar/.

The XF Sportbrake joins Jaguar's award-winning XF saloon in its 10th year of production. The XF was launched in 2007 and has now claimed almost 200 global awards. The saloon's new Sportbrake sibling delivers equally impressive performance, design and technology, with greater practicality and space.

With sports car-derived handling, a practical 565-litre load space and advanced convenience and safety features, the XF Sportbrake has the best of Jaguar design and technology. It also delivers impressive aerodynamic efficiency of Cd 0.29.

Innovations include an intuitive gesture-controlled sunblind for the Sportbrake's super-sized, full-length, panoramic roof, Driver Condition Monitoring to detect signs of tiredness after an active day and a waterproof Activity Key you can wear while playing sports. Customers can also specify Cabin Air Ionisation, which purifies air to provide protection against environmental pollution and promote health and well-being.

Self-levelling rear suspensions ensure an effortless ride, even when towing loads of 2,000kg. The XF Sportbrake is available with Jaguar's advanced range of clean and efficient four-cylinder Ingenium petrol and diesel engines with CO2 emissions as low as 118g/km.
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