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Availability: Early 2010
Jaguar is positioning its luxurious new XJ as its four-door flagship model. It was designed by Jaguar design director Ian Callum, who was named "Person of the Year" at the 2009 Auto Express Awards and was commended for the XJ model, which follows from previous designs including the XK and XF. It'll be on display at a viewing room beginning this month at London's Berkeley hotel in the luxury shopping district of Knightsbridge. British prices start at £52,500 ($86,625) for the standard wheelbase 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine.
** U.S. model price