Jaguar XFR 2010 review

      The Jaguar XFR was introduced in 2010 with all the goods to compete in the high-end luxury performance sedan market with the likes of the Audi RS6 and Mercedes E63 AMG. XFR’s power, and there's plenty of it, comes from a supercharged 5.0 liter V8 outputting 510 bhp.

         The XFR’s engine is powered by the all-new supercharged 510PS V8 with acceleration from 0-60mph in just 4.7 seconds making it the ultimate Jaguar sport saloon. A naturally aspirated 5.0 litres V8, producing 385PS, powers other V8 XF models. The new XF 3.0 litres AJ-V6D Gen III diesel features a twin sequential turbocharged engine available as the 275PS/600Nm S or a 240PS/500Nm version. 

        The interior of XFR be enhancements, advanced lightweight aluminium body structure and a wider range of models, plus the new luxurious 'Portfolio' model. It remain largely unchanged, save for the application of a big "R" logo on the glovebox. To the glee of enthusiasts, Jaguar outfits the front seats with electrically adjustable bolstering and quickens the steering ratio. The new XKR’s Exterior include a distinctive and purposeful new front end design, new LED rear lights and a new lower rear body valance. Inside the cabin, feature the exciting.


           * Type of engine: AJ-V8 Gen III Supercharged
           * Displacement cu in (cc): 5.0 liters
           * Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 510 bhp
           * Top Speed: 155 mph
           * Acceleration 0-60 mph s: 4.7 seconds
           * Price (est): $ 75,000


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