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9.7.09

Lucire reveals the all-new Jaguar XJ with first official photograph 

Jaguar XJI’m rather happy today that we may have been the first to publish a photograph of the new , without breaking the embargo. While the British press was scooping the car on various websites and breaking the embargo, they seem to have missed a photograph that was not covered, which we ran at Lucire this morning.
   There’ll be more on the XJ on many websites: the launch at 8.30 p.m. BST will be carried on satellite and other services. This looks to be one of the great launches of 2009 and a clear sign that has cast off its retro design bug—one that was always present with the XJ, which always seemed to look like the XJ6 model of 1968—for good.
   I say that Jaguar is finally being true to its : some of us remember when Jaguars looked futuristic and pouncing, and were not old men’s expresses. It has taken the many years since took over as Jaguar’s head of to revamp the line-up, and he has succeeded with great aplomb.
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