Production of the current-generation Jaguar XJ will end on July 5 at the company's Castle Bromwich factory in Birmingham, England.
A spokesperson confirmed the flagship sedan's demise to Jalopnik, but added Jaguar will "continue the XJ nameplate and will use its renowned engineering capability and technological innovation to ensure its longevity".
The current XJ was revealed back in 2009, and marked the end of the model's retro styling era. Roughly 120,000 current-generation sedans were produced over its nine-year production period.
Autocar understands the next-generation XJ will be revealed in 2020 and is said to be an electric-only model.
Jaguar reportedly hopes to get a jump on its German competitors by switching its flagship sedan to electric propulsion.
The company has yet to go on the record to confirm these plans. It's not known how much the XJ will share with the company's first all-electric model, the I-Pace crossover.