The new 2010 Jaguar XJ luxury sedan finally revealed at exclusive event at the Saatchi Gallery in London this evening. The next-gen XJ is promised to be the new leader in a segment led by the BMW 7 Series and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, as well as the Audi A8 and the Lexus LS.
Jaguar expects that the super luxury British sedan will pervade a daring new phantom in its segment, merit to a bold new purpose command, good performance and a high paradigm of engineering excellence. A standout outer present is the panoramic flute roof that not only creates addition interior light but also gives the XJ a lessen roofline. Jaguar says it will offer both the standard car and the long-controls-build version right from the get go. The last is 125mm longer but both versions have a gumboot as big as 520 litres in degree.
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Aerospace-inspired aluminium body architecture was used in constructing the new XJ, making it lighter (by at slightest 150kg) than its competitors. That of course improves performance and fuel consumption. The aluminium answer will allow Jaguar to better its carbon path because it has 50 percent recyclable material and is potentially able to store up to three tonnes of C02 gases per car.
Some powerful comfort technologies utilised enter the Adaptive Dynamics – which is continually flexible damping – an air suspension routine, and active differential sway.
The interior seated features chrome and piano black detailing, leather and show surfaces, and other niceties depending on whether customers want the Luxury, Premium Luxury, Portfolio, Supercharged or the series-topping Supersport models. The gadgets and comfort creatures inventory has clothes like an 8-shuffle stir transmit for live DVD movies, a 1200W Bowers & Wilkins sound usage and the Media Hub.
The III-generation petrol and turbo diesel engines make their way into the XJ. These are the 3.0-litre V6 diesel which has a base price of £52,500, the 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V8 with 385hp (283kW), the 5.0-litre V8 supercharged making 510hp (375kW) and a new 470hp (346kW) version of the supercharged V8 that are driven through a six-speed ZF automatic gearbox. Jaguar’s official combined economy figure for the diesel is 40.1 mpg and its C02 emissions figure is 184g/km.