Jaguar To Avoid Offering a Wagon Again

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It seems that Jaguar won’t construct wagon versions of its existing designs in Europe due to an absence of need for the body style.

“The [wagon] market is enormously shrinking. I’m extremely sad about it however it’s a very tough market to justify,” Jaguar’s design chief Ian Callum stated.

Wagons have a significant following in the United States, and are usually a lot more popular in Europe. However Callum asserts Jaguar’s home market of the U.K. isn’t really particularly excited about wagons compared to other mainland European countries.

Jaguar has highlighted two wagon variants of its sedans in the past. These include a wagon variation of the x-type variation of the previous-gen XF.

In place of wagons, Jaguar is betting huge on crossovers. The F-Pace is expected to be the brand’s best-selling design to date.

At this rate, it doesn’t appear like we’ll see an XE wagon anytime quickly, however it is rumored that Jaguar is mulling a small crossover called the E-Pace. We’ve likewise heard that if the F-Pace proves successful, Jaguar might provide a three-row J-Pace SUV to match the XJ full-size sedan.

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