The XFR and XKR take sporting luxury to a soaring new level of exhilaration. The 2011 Jaguar XFR offers bold, aggressive styling and a powerful engine. The XFR coupe body design includes dramatic lines, along with four doors and seating for five adults. Jaguar is proud of numerous underhood advancements with the new XFR - and it says that it achieves class-leading fuel economy (15 city, 21 highway) while also achieving low emissions levels. For consumers in search of the definitive sporting sedan, the 2011 Jagaur XFR will not disappoint. Jaguar's other 'R' series model, the 2011 Jaguar XKR offers breathtaking acceleration - xero to 60 mph in a 4.6 seconds. The exterior design is built around a lightweight aluminum body, is powered by a Supercharged 5.0 Liter V8 engine and is a sports car in its purest, most dynamic form.
This model is powered by an uprated, almost all-new AJ-series Supercharged 5.0 Liter V8 motor. The XFR engine is rated at 510 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque - rivaling offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. That's enough grunt to get the Jagaur from zero-to-60 mph in 4.7 seconds on its way to an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph. The XFR also comes standard with many powertrain-related features, including Jaguar Sequential shift with steering wheel mounted shift paddles, servotronic steering, dynamic stability control, adaptive dynamics and an active differential control system. The five-liter V8 transforms the regular XF into a vehicle sporting a howling supercharger and direct injection, rear-wheel drive, a near perfect 6-speed automatic from ZF and an electronically-controlled suspension that can switch from wafting over pot holes to track-ready at the touch of a button. The supercharged AJ V8 engine, or AJ133 GEN III R in official speak, is one of the coolest modern powerplants when it comes to the sound it makes. Although its much more toned down than the version found on the XKR, the four-tip exhaust is very close to a musical instrument for car lovers. To make the go fast experience even more hardcore all you have to do is switch the gearbox into S, which obviously comes from from Sport. If you're in the mood for something even more outrageous, like tackling a race track, than the R button will stiffen everything that needs stiffening, but mainly the suspension. After that, it's like being in a totally different car. Which kind of makes the XFR jump into the same league as the best grand tourers on the planet, because the 2011 Jaguar XFR can offer the best things from two completely different worlds in one single package: track-ready sports cars and serene luxury sedans.
The XFR also received numerous stylistic and handling-oriented changes as a part of its transformation into an R-series vehicle. Compared to the Jaguar XF, the XFR sits lower and has a subtly more aggressive look. Adding to that look are 20-inch wheels -- covering cross-drilled rotors -- and quad-exhaust outlets, further separating the XFR from the lesser XF. Larger front air intakes and a subtle rear spoiler are also part of the XFR package. The 2011 XFR also sports unique hood-mounted vents to keep airflow at a maximum. Inside the XFR you will find unique softgrain leather seats that are both heated and cooled, a heated leather steering wheel, JaguarSense -- a technology that allows users to simply move their hand near lighting to activate and deactivate use, unique R-badging throughout the interior, automatic climate control and power everything. By far the most high-tech interior detail is the gear shifter, which is actually a rotary-knob that emerges from the center console after that beast of an engine springs to life.
The benefits of the XKR's unique aluminum construction are particularly pronounced in the convertible model: class leading rigidity, torsional stiffness and power-to-weight ratio deliver uncompromised handling and breathtaking acceleration. Those looking for even more thrill should opt for the Speed Pack model. The 2011 XKR Coupe will be available with what Jaguar calls the Speed Pack. As its name suggests, the option is all about pushing the speedometer needle past 155. The secret, it seems, doesn't lie with brute power -- output from the supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 remains 510 hp and 461 lb.-ft. of torque. Instead, Jaguar says it was able to push the top end to 174 mph simply by recalibrating both the engine and transmission controls.
Signature R styling details reflect the XKR's performance credentials: bright finish mesh grilles and side power vents, twin hood louvers and quad exhaust tailpipes. Everything about the XK suggests a form that instinctively follows function. New for 2011, Jaguar is offering a new package available only to the XKR coupe and convertible. The XKR Black Pack takes sporting luxury to a new level of exhilaration and brings even greater visual assertiveness to the XKR design language. The Black Pack includes a Body Colored Aerodynamic Pack consisting of a front Splitter, large rear spoiler, body colored rear signiture grill blade, gloss black front grilles, air intakes, and window surrounds, and 20 Kalimnos Gloss Black Alloy Wheels. The Black Pack XKR is available in Polaris White, Ultimate Black (Metallic Paint), and Stratus Grey (Metallic Paint). Also available on the 2011 XKR is the Speed Pack. In typical Jaguar fashion, the Speed Pack adds some cosmetic flair to the performance package. XKR Speed Pack models add a chrome finish to the window surrounds, mesh grille inserts, fender vent trim, and the trunk appliqué. Customers can choose from one of six colors, and if so desired, a side stripe -- somewhat reminiscent of those applied to the Porsche 911 GT3 RS - is optional. In order to help keep the XKR glued to the ground at such speeds, the Speed Pack adds a unique body kit designed to improve the car's aerodynamics. The tall front fascia gains a modified splitter, while the rear spoiler grows in size. 20-inch aluminum wheels are standard, as is an active rear differential, which Jaguar claims helps reduce steering sensitivity when at higher velocities. For the latest updates on the Jaguar models, visit the official Jaguar site!
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