Even with heavy camouflage, it's hard to hide the next-generation Jaguar XJ sedan scheduled for the 2003 model year. The new XJ maintains the basic shape and proportions of the current model, staying close to traditional styling of previous XJs. The new XJ is 4 inches longer, and the front axle is moved forward to enhance handling. An aluminum unibody structure cuts weight despite the additional length. In front, four circular headlights of equal size are next to a wide, short grille.
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