Jaguar has rolled out another new teaser for its coming XE midsized sedan, ahead of an unveiling at this year’s Paris Motor Show in October.
The face of the new XE has already been revealed however, and early shots of the new sedan’s chassis in March also offered a first look at its coupe-like profile.
Today, Jaguar has looked to an innovative approach to test-car camouflage that sees the XE’s aluminium skeleton printed on a full-body vinyl wrap.
Many of the XE’s finer details remain obscured through a number of tacked-on elements, although the earlier March teaser already shows details that Jaguar has opted to disguise on this test car.
The company has been more forthcoming on the technical aspects of the new Jag, confirming in April that the F-TYPE’s supercharged V6 will headline the XE’s engine range.
Other engines will be drawn from Jaguar’s new 'Ingenium' four-cylinder turbo diesel and petrol engine, while rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations will also be offered.
Taking on BMW’s top-selling 3 Series, the XE will debut Jaguar’s new iQ[AI] platform, making it the first midsized prestige offering to feature an aluminium monocoque construction.