Jaguar XF Sportbrake

What's this? A new Jaguar... station wagon? Yup. Feast your eyes on the new family friendly Jaguar XF Sportbrake ($TBA). Fittingly, we know more about the Sportbrake's rear — which features cubby compartments, remote fold levers for the rear seats, LED lighting, a soft-close tailgate, and three sections in the floor to keep small loads in place — than we do about things like engine offerings — 2.2L and 3.0L diesels will be on offer, paired to an eight-speed automatic — or that most mysterious aspect of unreleased cars: pricing.

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    It's not "all-new", but when a product just celebrated its 60th anniversary, perhaps it doesn't need to change so much. The 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser ($TBA) retains the 5.7L, 381hp V8 of its predecessor, as well as the six-speed automatic transmission, full-time four-wheel drive, and Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System, but adds a refreshed front with a new grille, LED running lamps, and HID headlights, as well a spruced up interior with a new HDD-based navigation system and Entune infotainment system with JBL audio.

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