Jaguar required the systems off a long form of the XF in the 2016 Beijing Motor Show, with 140mm put into the wheelbase giving rear travellers 157mm more legroom and 116mm more kneeroom.

Based on Jaguar, 90% of executive saloon cars are purchased in China in lengthy wheelbase form, using the new XF L to be the first aluminium-bodied vehicle built-in China. It’s being built included in JLR’s partnership with Chery in a new condition-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Changshu. Read more here:

The brand new vehicle also debuts a few new tech features, with Obvious Exit Recognition warning travellers of opening the doorways into traffic approaching from behind. With track of China’s poor quality of air, in addition, there's new cabin air ionisation technology to help make the air within the vehicle much more comfortable.

As a number of these cars is going to be chauffeur driven, there’ll be wireless for rear travellers, combined with the choice of folding tables, massaging seats and electric window shades. But for the driver, the most recent InControl Touch Pro infotainment system using its 10.2-inch touchscreen works alongside a configurable 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.

Two 2.0 litre and something 3.0 litre supercharged V6 gas engine is going to be offered, with all of versions getting an eight speed auto box driving the trunk wheels.