The Jaguar XE has been seen testing a lot and the British company isnâ€™t exactly making it difficult for us to see what the finished product will look like. The car will be Â positioned under the current XF range and will be a competitor to BMWâ€™s 3 Series, Mercedes-Benzâ€™s C-Class and Audiâ€™s A4.
Jaguar showed off the XE mule which is likely the pre-production one on its Twitter feed. The car will be revealed in its production form in October this year at the Paris Motor Show. The mule shown on Twitter has a transparent body showing its internal construction nonetheless, this is the first time the production shape of the XE has been shown to the public. As part of Jaguarâ€™s new PR campaign in a bid to generate more publicity through social media for the car, every following mule will sport the â€˜FeelXEâ€™ Twitter hashtag.
The mule and previous frontal shots of the XE show that the car will maintain the trademark Jaguar looks and will come with an all new rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive all aluminium chassis. The company also hinted at a full line-up of the XE with their new Ingenium engines which will be both â€˜powerful and efficientâ€™. These engines will eventually Â replace the old engines currently in use in Jaguar cars.