- Change in customer preferences pushing Jaguar to consider radical alternatives
- Both models could be replaced by either a hatchback or a small sedan
Jaguar is weighing a number of options as a replacement for its slow-selling XE and XF sedans, including a radical electrified sedan and a smaller, hatchback-style model.
The next 12 months will be crucial for Jaguar Land Rover as it attempts to recover from the huge financial disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. It’s also a period in which the Jaguar brand will come under intense scrutiny as it searches for a formula that will deliver at least one more big-volume new vehicle to boost profits.
Jaguar hasn’t ruled out directly replacing the two sedans but, with the market shifting away from such models, our sister magazine, Autocar UK understands the firm is considering radical alternatives.
One option is to…