Jaguar is stretching its limits and has been spied testing the XF long-wheelbase at the Nurburgring. With slightly longer rear doors and larger rear side windows to the standard-length model, the LWB is easily distinguishable.
With an XJ LWB already in the marque’s model line-up, which is 125mm longer than the standard XJ, the XF LWB will be the second LWB offering from Jaguar aimed at the limousine market.
The majority of XJ LWB sales are made in China, so it is expected that the stretched XF will also be aimed at this region. Increased leg room in the rear offers the height of luxury in the cabin for passengers; the XF LWB is expected to debut at an Asian motor show in 2016.