Remco Meulendijk of RM Design has digitally imagined the recently unveiled 2015 Jaguar XE in the more practical Sportbrake guise.

Remco Meulendijk of RM Design has digitally imagined the recently unveiled 2015 Jaguar XE in the more practical Sportbrake guise.

Currently being showcased at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, the XE is a compact sedan billed as a 3-Series fighter and chances are it will be joined in the years to come by a wagon version to better compete with its German rivals. The XE's program director Nick Miller has already dropped a few hints about a lot of extra derivatives, including a wagon version which will likely be commercialized with the "Sportbrake" moniker.

Seen here is RM Design's vision of an XE Sportbrake in the hotter S guise which would feature virtually the same design as the sedan with the obvious exception of the rear end which would boast a longer overhang granting a bigger trunk. The XE Sedan offers 455 liters so a Sportbrake version will probably have somewhere in the region of 500 liters, representing 40 liters less than the bigger XF Sportbrake.

Aside from sedan and wagon body styles, the XE range is expected to grow to include coupe, cabrio versions as well as a long wheelbase sedan.

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Jaguar XE S Sportbrake rendered, will likely happen