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.
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Usually if an all-new or heavily refreshed vehicle is slated for an official debut at an auto show, you can just about bet it will show its face early.
In a surprise move, today at the New York International Auto Show, Jaguar has announced it will be adding another two-seater sports car to its arsenal: the F-Type.
Jaguar is adding a new 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 engine to its powertrain lineup.