Jaguar's upcoming new XE sedan has been spied testing once again, this time at the legendary Nurburgring course in Germany.
The test car's camouflage continues to focus on misdirection thanks to its tacked-on items to obscure its finer details, but recent teasers direct from Jaguar have already offered a revealing view of what's to come.
Last month, Jaguar released a full look at the new midsizer's face, and just last week it treated fans to an only lightly camouflaged look at the new sedan.
But despite these spy photos and teaser images, a properly complete look at the new sedan is still some time way. More than a few details have been released in recent weeks, however.
It is known that the XE will be built on Jaguar's new aluminium-rich iQ[AI] platform, which shares much of its design with the marque's sister company, Land Rover.
It is also known that the F-Type sports car's supercharged V6 will headline the engine range, while others will be drawn from the new 'Ingenium' four-cylinder turbo diesel and petrol range. Rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations will also be offered.
Watch for the new XE to make its official debut later this year, ahead of a 2015 market launch.