More Jaguar XJ details have been teased, with engineering chief Mike Cross explaining the driving dynamics of the new car.
Cross explains how the new Jaguar XJ will juggle agility with comfort, thanks to its aluminium construction.
"With the new XJ we've tried to balance all the driving attributes, so the car firstly needs to drive like it looks," says Cross. "The dynamics are both agile and comfortable, but we've also tried to make the engine and transmission to be both agile, responsive but also smooth.
"We've got a light, stiff body and that allows us to engineer precision in to the suspension without engineering in harshness, so you get the best of both worlds.
"So in all ways with the new Jaguar we were trying to balance response with smoothness, comfort with agility and in terms of how the car sounds, there's a power sound when you exercise the car, but it's also quiet and refined when you're cruising.
"It's quite a large car but it absolutely doesn't feel like it. It very agile but still refined and comfortable. It's a great car to be driven in but even better to drive."