Jaguar hasn’t had its best years recently but it has had its most miraculous recovery of their history, mostly thanks to the new XK and the new XF.
However it’s where with the new XJ the British have all of their hopes because it’s facing the toughest of competition.
Having had recent experience with buyers of this market, lots of people in the search for one of these big special business saloons want four wheel drive on them.
There’s something about the added security it offers and the enhanced traction will help you roll away cleanly in just about any conditions.
Be that as it may, Jaguar acknowledged that they need it so they got working on an all wheel drive version of their flagship XJ.
Since in this market, four wheel drive is not really a necessity and more of a piece of mind situation, Jaguar will most likely go for the same route they went with the X Type a few years ago.
The all wheel drive system will be a simple but functional one which means you don’t have to add too much to the price tag just to get that extra bit of convenience.
Jaguar is getting on top of their game better and better but it seems with the XJ they’re going all the way in capturing the market that’s well held by Audi, Mercedes and BMW.