Originally Posted by Ascariss
I feel the denial was for an XE wagon
At some point there were a few articles indicating that the XF Sportbreak wouldn't be replaced, as it didn't sell in larger numbers and the market is shifting towards cross overs, some of those articles even indicating that it has been confirmed by Jaguar that there won't be a new estate, but some "larger than F-Pace" Cross over instead (apparently, as indicated, Ian Callum was misquoted, buit it would not have surprised me if it had turned out to be the truth).
At least all those wanting a Jaguar estate car will be happy, unlike those who were hoping for an Alfa Romeo Giulia Spportswagon (the 156/159 SW versions were quite lookers, so it's probably a shame indeed). However, given how well the F-Pace sells, I guess a laregr Jaguar Cross over will be more important market wise than this estate...