X-Type: The slow-selling entry-luxury sedan will die after the 2009 model year.
S-Type: Short-on-cash Jaguar is extending the current S-Type to an eight-year cycle. The redesign arrives in the United States in spring 2008.
Rather than shrink the XJ's all-aluminum platform, the S-Type will create a steel platform. Jaguar swears it is not re-engineering the old underpinnings shared with the Lincoln LS sedan. Moving to aluminum would have delayed the program 18 months.
While bringing new design language to Jaguar, the S-Type still hangs on to old cues, such as the grille, lights and drop-off tail.
XJ: The redesigned model comes in late 2009 for Europe, which means spring 2010 for the United States. Having invested hundreds of millions of dollars in an aluminum body shop, Jaguar will re-engineer the existing aluminum platform.
XK: Jaguar's grand touring coupe and convertible were redesigned this spring. An XK-R model with 400-plus hp probably will arrive in U.S. showrooms by Christmas.
F-Type: The long-rumored two-seat convertible is dead.
Crossover: A crossover will likely join the Jaguar line in 2010, derived from Ford's EUCD platform. The vehicle will be assembled alongside the Land Rover LR2 at Halewood, England. Expect something along the lines of a BMW X3.