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New Jaguar XF unveiled in London


The all new Jaguar XF has been revealed in London’s business district. 

The new XF is lighter, resulting in over 70mpg and CO2 of 104g/km, priced from £32,300.

The vehicle interior features an InControl Touch Pro premium infotainment system and 12.3-inch TFT instrument cluster.

 Ian Callum, director of design at Jaguar said: “In creating the all-new XF, as a design team we have been driven by discipline, the discipline of simplicity. Every exterior line on the XF has a clear purpose – nothing is superfluous. Achieving that simplicity takes time and requires great determination; it’s all too easy to add lines to a car, but much harder to add character by leaving lines out.

“Inside too, we have been driven by the desire to ensure the XF’s cabin is as comforting as it is comfortable. New technology, including our new 10.2-inch touchscreen, is combined carefully with materials that cosset and reassure. The all-new XF has a clear sense of calm and strength, both outside and inside – and I’m proud of my team for delivering that.” 

Though 7mm shorter and 3mm lower than the car it replaces, the all-new XF’s 2,960mm wheelbase is 51mm longer.

The 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel engines are available in 163PS/380Nm and 180PS/430Nm ratings and are offered with specially-optimised six-speed manual- and eight-speed automatic transmissions. In 163PS manual form, the all-new XF delivers 104g/km CO2.

The Jaguar XF will be manufactured at Jaguar Land Rover’s Castle Bromwich Plant alongside the F-Type and XJ.

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  • NigelBoyle - 25/03/2015 13:43

    I hope they will be adding more powerful diesel engines shortly. The existing model has 3.0 275 PS that is a bigger seller, and if only the smaller engine is available they may loose to BMW and Merc.

  • Andy - 25/03/2015 19:30

    Agree with the NigelBoyle comment - there are some of us that love our 3.0 XFs and would never trade down to a 2 litre, even with the temptation of better economy. The power makes the difference.

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