We saw the all-new Jaguar XE prototype with a full production body for the first time earlier this month on British roads. Few days later Jaguar confirmed at the Geneva Motor Show along with a front image, that the all-new mid-sized sports saloon will be named XE (earlier it was simply known as XS).
The XE features an aluminium monocoque, first in the segment, going mainly against the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4.
The XE will be powered by a new Ingenium family of high-output, fuel-efficient four-cylinder two-litre petrol and diesel engines, driving either the rear wheels or all four.
Jaguar says these new engines will come with class-leading performance, including top speeds of over 186mph, and emissions lower than 100g of CO2 per km.
Following our first spy shots in Britain, we are brining you new spy shots from the Northern Sweden where another XE prototype was caught, showing the new entry-level Jaguar from different angles. As you can see there are two different prototypes, one showing two big round exhaust tips at the rear and the other with tow hitch looking similar to the one we saw on British roads.