Jaguar kills off the XK in style.
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As the flagship vehicle of Jaguar's lineup, the XJ has gone through many changes over the years, dating back to its introduction in 1968.
While it's still months away from becoming a reality to the general public, Jaguar has been busy developing, testing, and tuning its latest roadster: The all-new F-Type.
After months of teasing photos and driving around in camouflage, Jaguar will officially unveil the F-Type sports car on September 27 at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.