More wagons coming your way, but this one is from a different league. We posted up leaked scans of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake earlier this week, the wagon version of the XF that will be debuting at Geneva. But no need to wait till the cloth drops in Switzerland for full info, because Jaguar has now revealed all.

The XF Sportbrake is entirely new from the B-pillar backwards, and it’s a sleek second half. As previously spotted, the tinted rear screen appears to be linked with the chrome side glass border, thanks to rear pillars covered with gloss black finishers. Apparently inspired by luxury yachts, Jag used the same trick for its XJ limo. The sedan’s 2,909 mm wheelbase is unchanged.

There are two optional exterior design packages. The Aero Pack (standard on the ‘S’ model) adds a deeper front bumper, side sills and rear valance plus a rear spoiler enhancement. The Black Pack replaces the exterior bright finishes with gloss black and pairs them with similarly finished alloys.

It looks good, but space and practicality isn’t forgotten. The extended roofline affords rear-seat passengers an additional 48 mm of headroom and the rear seats have 60:40 split fold function and a ski hatch. Remote-fold levers inside the load-space eases seat folding, creating 1,675 litres of cargo space that’s 1,970 mm in length. The central portion of the cargo floor hides an extra storage compartment, which can also fold and lock into position to divide the bay.

Two diesel engines are offered – a 2.2L four-pot and a 3.0L V6, both mated to an eight-speed auto. The twin-turbo V6 is offered in two states of tune. The range-topping ‘S’ model offers 275 PS and 600 Nm of torque for fast family fun. Standard across the range is self-levelling air suspension at the rear to replace the saloon’s coil springs.

Additionally, all Sportbrakes can be had with Jaguar Adaptive Dynamics. The active damper system continuously monitors the suspension and allows the driver to alter suspension and throttle response via buttons.

The facelifted XF saloon was launched locally last month, click here for our launch report.