(autoinsidernews) - As we reported last week, Jaguar is preparing a facelift its range-topping XJ sedan. Expected to arrive as a 2008 model year, the XJ will feature changes to the front- and rear-ends and the minor restyling for the interior, reports Trend.
The facelift is designed to modernize the old fashioned styling of the current model. Up front, the big cat will get a new airdam similar to sporty S-Type R, a new grille that is said to adapt design cues for the upcoming XF, and, while heavily camo'ed may even receive a tweak to the headlamps. The side-vents from the top-of-the-line XJ Portfolio, will trickle down to all XJ models. Out back, The XJ will sport a reshaped bumper and possibly minor revisions to the truck lid.
The restyled XJ is scheduled to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2007.