The Jaguar XKR was the first car created entirely under the aegis of Design Director Ian Callum. Dramatic and purposeful, yet as sensuous as only a Jaguar can be, the XK now receives a number of revisions that reinforce its contemporary, assertive character.
the 2012 Jaguar XKR has received unique styling attributes, including a larger grille and new bumper design, a revised rear with slimmer chrome trim, a new set of wheels, and new exterior colors. For the interior, Jaguar is offering new trim materials including ebony soft-feel paint for the switches, gloss black finish for the center console, phosphor blue halo illumination and ambient lighting.
Jaguar XK Body Design
The Jaguar XKR has received new front headlamps with incorporated LED turn signal function and running lights with a distinctive "J-Blade" signature. The facelift also includes a larger grille and a new front bumper. For the XK-R version, the chrome mesh grille has been replaced with black details.
The front fenders have been moved from vertical to horizontal, while the rear decklid has been revised with a slimmer chrome trim. All of the exterior elements will be offered with four new exterior colors and a new range of alloy wheels, size 19" to 20".
Jaguar XK Interior
Luxurious and cocooning. In the latest XKR, the cabin has been refreshed with a host of new trim materials including ebony soft-feel paint for the switches, gloss black finish to the centre console and phosphor blue halo illumination and ambient lighting. New veneers, colour combinations and headlining options allow owners to create a cabin ambience precisely matching their requirements.
Jaguar XK Performance
Available in both naturally aspirated and supercharged forms from the beginning, the engine is now offered in a third variant in the XKR-S. Based on the supercharged unit in the Jaguar XKR, revised fuel mapping and an active exhaust have boosted power and torque to 550PS and 680Nm respectively, creating the most powerful Jaguar road car ever. This allows the car to reach 60mph in just 4.2 seconds and join the exclusive '300km/h' club with a limited top speed of 186mph. Not only extremely powerful but also efficient, the XKR-S emits just 292g/km of CO2.
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