Here is a future piece of British automotive history. It's the first time an Ian Callum-designed Jaguar has replaced an Ian Callum-designed Jaguar, and it marks the next step for the car that brought about the most significant brand revolution of modern times.
It's a few millimetres shorter than before, but the wheelbase of the new aluminium construction is longer. That gives more space for passengers to enjoy the high-spec new cabin and, of course, the signature Jaguar rotating air vents.
Looks and image
Jag isn't going to win any prizes for originality, having largely just transplanted the family face from the XJ and XE straight onto the new car. It's sweetly proportioned and carries its bulk very well. It's a neat trick to pull when you can balance size and grace, and the XF doe...