In this weird time between now and 2025, when Jaguar's current lineup will die and its new EV portfolio will emerge, the British automaker aims to increase sales and profits by streamlining offerings for each nameplate.
Trims and options have been cut and/or combined, and prices have been lowered on some vehicles. For instance, the 2022 XF sedan comes with just one engine and in three trims. "We had derivatives that were sold in very small numbers, and that made it confusing to customers and very cumbersome for retailers," Jaguar Land Rover North America boss Joe Eberhardt told Automotive News.
JLR plans no sheet metal changes for the current Jags, but it will keep them fresh until 2025 with minor trim and equipment updates.