Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled the new Jaguar XF Sportbrake estate ahead of the Geneva Motor Show.
The XF Sportbrake will be the first estate car the company has built for three years.
It will go on display at next week’s Geneva Motor Show, with the car due to be launched in the UK this summer.
Jaguar’s first foray into the estate market came in 2004 with the X-Type estate, which was produced at the Halewood plant near Liverpool until 2009.
Like the XF saloon the Sportbrake model will be produced at Castle Bromwich.
The vehicle will enable Jaguar to compete in the lucrative executive estate segment currently dominated by the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz.