Jaguar will add the XF Sportbrake, a four-door wagon with a large, sloping glass roof, to its U.S. lineup this year.
The XF Sportbrake is the first Jaguar wagon to be offered in the U.S. since the X-Type wagon was available in the 2005-07 model years. Jaguar sold only about 1,600 X-Type wagons in the U.S., a Jaguar spokesman said.
The XF Sportbrake is closest in size -- and likely price -- to the Mercedes-Benz E-class wagon. Other luxury wagons include the Audi A4 Allroad, BMW 3 series and Volvo V60 and V90. Buick has confirmed that it will offer a wagon version of the redesigned Regal called the TourX.
Jaguar has not announced pricing or powertrains, but the XF Sportbrake is likely to have the same engines and transmissions as the sedan versions, which include a four-cylinder diesel engine and a supercharged V-6.