Jaguar will unveil the redesigned, second-generation XF sports sedan at the New York International Auto Show next month.
The 2016 midsize XF sedan will be built on Jaguar’s new aluminum-intensive architecture, the company said late Tuesday.
The XF, which went on sale in the United States in 2008, competes with the Mercedes-Benz E class and the BMW 5-series sedan. U.S. deliveries of the XF peaked at 8,578 in 2008.
The redesigned sedan will be the second Jaguar to use the company’s new aluminum architecture. The compact XE sport sedan goes on sale in Europe in May and in the U.S. in 2016.
The redesigned XF goes on sale this fall.