Jaguar XF gains extra sporting appeal

Following the successful launch of the 3.0-litre diesel engine and the XFR in 2009, Jaguar is introducing a number of key enhancements to the XF range for 2010.

Spearheading the updated range is the much-acclaimed 275bhp diesel S model, which will now feature some of the unique sporting character of the XFR to deliver an even more exciting driving experience.

This high-performance XF diesel S model is significantly enhanced for model year 2011 (MY11 ), taking the lead from the stunning XFR model to provide drivers with superior driving dynamics, a more striking appearance, and an upgraded interior which offers the ultimate in sporting luxury.

The MY11 XF diesel S will come with an XFR derived interior as standard, while the adaptive dynamics system, currently featured on the XFR and XK range, is available as an option on the high-performance diesel.

“We have applied the lessons learned from the XFR to bring more sophisticated, sporting driving dynamics to the diesel S model,” explains Mike Cross, chief engineer of vehicle integrity.

“Fitted with the state-of-the-art adaptive dynamics system, the latest diesel S provides driving enthusiasts with taut handling and superb body control, but without the noise and harshness often associated with ‘sports’ suspension packages.”

 

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