Jaguar will be showcasing between September 5 and October 6 the XE word cloud sculpture at the London Design Museum.

Jaguar will be showcasing between September 5 and October 6 the XE word cloud sculpture at the London Design Museum.

Installed in the Design Museum's "Tank", the sculpture is made out of 95 words from various languages such as English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Mandarin. The words were created through computer modeling and by using metal craftsmanship from the same team involved in the opening ceremony of the London Olympics.

The Jaguar XE will finally be unveiled tomorrow in the hotter XE S variant which will be followed by the whole range early October at the Paris Motor Show. Among the highlights we should mention the 75 percent aluminum body structure, a new eight-inch InControl infotainment system and a laser head-up display.

In terms of design the baby Jag will be a blend of XF and XJ styling cues and it is believed a range-topping version wearing the SVR badge is in the works for an early 2016 launch with a 489 bhp supercharged V8 5.0-liter engine.

Jaguar has already announced the 2015 XE will be made at a new production facility within its Solihull factory in UK.

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