An engineering mule for the next-generation Jaguar XJ has been spied during cold weather testing in northern Europe.
Thanks the XF-derived body panels, we can see the new XJ is a larger vehicle with a longer wheelbase and a wider track. It also features a faster roof line and a long bonnet.
In September last year Jaguar teased the design of the XJ's boot lid and tail-lights, which features a squarer and more technical take on the company's current styling theme.
Under the skin, the XJ will be the first car based on Jaguar Land Rover's new Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) architecture, which is designed to support plug-in hybrid and all-electric powertrains, as well as traditional petrol and diesel engines.