Jaguar brings coupe styling and sportscar performance to it's new XF saloon. Designed to be visually sporty and strong, the XF takes it's cues from the XK, though it is set to take the place of the Jaguar S-Type.

The Jaguar XF engineers sought to bring a complement of "surprise and delight" features to the interior- with sophisticated instrumentation, a Touch-screen, and a start button that pulses red, like a heartbeat.

Three trim levels are available for the XF starting with the Luxury. The range includes four available engines, a 2.7-litre V6 twin-turbocharged diesel, 3.0-litre V6 petrol, 4.2 V8 petrol and to top the range off, a supercharged version of the petrol V8.

Chief engineer of Vehicle Integrity, Mike Cross, defined the design objectives: to match the performance of the XF to its coupe-like appearance and to have Jaguars traditional balance of ride, handling and refinement.

On the road prices for the XF start at £33,790 for the 3.0-litre V6 Luxury.

Dealers are now accepting orders, with customer deliveries beginning in March of 2008. So, is it the next generation company car choice? The complete opening line-up can already be seen right here on Comcar. Select the link directly after this article called, Company Car Tax Information.

If that isn't enough then the XF will star at the MPH Motor Show this year. The show tours London and Birmingham at the beginning of November 2007.