Jaguar has announced plans to delay their entry-level model until the redesigned XF is launched in 2015. Details inside

Jaguar has announced plans to delay their entry-level model until the redesigned XF is launched in 2015.

Although a tad disappointing, the company's Global Brand Director, Adrian Hallmark, was afraid the car would have stolen sales from the current XF because they are both roughly the same size. To prevent the product over lap, the X-Type successor won't be available until an enlarged XF hits the market.

Thanks to the delay, Jaguar will have more time to refine the entry-level model which will hopefully pay big dividends when the car is launched in 2016 or 2017.

Note: Bertone Jaguar B99 concept pictured

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