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2010 Jaguar XJ: The New Cat Revealed!

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The all-new 2010 Jaguar XJ has finally been revealed, and it’s a big departure for the Leaping Cat crew from Coventry. Sure, it shares a number of outward similarities with the already-available XF, but benefits from being designed after the drop dead gorgeous C-XF concept (unlike the production XF). And it certainly doesn’t look like anything like the outgoing XJ, which may only be around seven years old but visually it comes off as much older.

All-new Jaguar XJ Launch Film

Driving and Beauty Shots

Exterior Views

Interior Views


New Jaguar XJ manufacturing plant at Castle Bromwich, UK

The all new Jaguar XJ brings a daring new spirit to automotive luxury.

Sleek, sporting and sophisticated, it offers a seductive mix of striking
design, breathtaking performance, refined luxury and sophisticated
Building on the success of the new XK and XF models, the introduction of

the all new XJ is a landmark for the revitalized Jaguar brand. Clearly
positioned as the company’s ultimate four-door flagship, it extends the
appeal of the legendary XJ line to a new generation of customers.
Jaguars are renowned for their elegant, sporting lines and the all new XJ,

with its fluid, contemporary style, is the boldest interpretation yet of Design
Director Ian Callum’s vision for Jaguar in the 21st century.
A panoramic glass roof is an integral part of the all new XJ’s design,

enabling the car to have a lower, more streamlined roofline, while
dramatically enhancing the feeling of light and space inside.
Standard and long wheelbase models are available from launch. The long

wheelbase offers an even more sumptuous and refined environment for
rear-seat passengers with an additional 5 inches of legroom. The XJ’s
largest-in-class trunk features power opening and closing for convenient
access to the 18.4 cu. ft. storage space (without alloy space saver spare
The all new XJ cabin blends elegant, contemporary design with the

comfort, luxury and unmistakable sporting style of a Jaguar. Chrome and
piano black detailing provides an eye-catching contrast to the beautifully-
crafted leather and veneer surfaces.
To complement the all new cabin design is a level of choice in colors,

veneers and leathers not seen before in a Jaguar. The four models – XJ,
XJL, Supercharged and Supersport – blend together the different elements to allow the customer to tailor the car to suit their personal
tastes. The ultimate expression of this is the Supersport model, available
by custom order only, with specification including a leather roof-lining,
semi-aniline leather seats and veneers with laser inlays.
Advanced new technologies have allowed Jaguar’s interior designers to
create an environment more akin to a state-of-the-art living space than a
simple car cabin. Stunning, 12.3-inch high-definition Virtual Instruments
complement the 8-inch Touch-screen, which displays vehicle functions.
Premium surround sound options include the top-of-the-range 1200-watt
Bowers & Wilkins system which is comparable in audio quality to the
world’s best in-home entertainment. Advanced infotainment features also
include hard drive-based audio and navigation systems, and
comprehensive connectivity for portable audio and video devices via the
powerful Media Hub.
The all new XJ’s beauty is much more than skin-deep: it is constructed
using Jaguar’s aerospace-inspired aluminum body technology, which
makes the XJ lighter than its rivals by at least 300lbs. These technologies
– now developed into an even more impressive new generation of the XJ
– provides benefits to performance, handling and fuel economy, while
delivering increased strength, refinement and safety.
Proven Jaguar dynamic technologies are taken to new levels in the all
new XJ. Features such as air suspension, Adaptive Dynamics
(continuously variable damping), Active Differential Control and quick-ratio
power steering deliver the blend of responsive, dynamic handling and
refined, supple ride expected from a Jaguar.
The all new XJ benefits from the most advanced powertrains ever in a
Jaguar, combining high performance with fuel efficient technologies such
as direct injection. In the U.S. market, customers will have a choice of
three engines based on model, all coupled to a shift-by-wire, six-speed
automatic transmission controlled by the JaguarDrive Selector™ or
steering wheel-mounted paddles:

5.0-liter 385hp AJ-V8 Gen III naturally aspirated direct-injection V8 –
0-60mph in 5.4 secs (0-100kph in 5.7 secs), in the XJ and XJL
o 5.0-liter 470hp AJ-V8 Gen III supercharged direct-injection V8 – 0-
60mph in 4.9 secs (0-100kph in 5.2 secs), in the XJ Supercharged
and XJL Supercharged models
o 5.0-liter 510hp AJ-V8 Gen III supercharged direct-injection V8 – 0-
60mph in 4.7 secs (0-100kph in 4.9 secs), in the XJ Supersport
and XJL Supersport models
Jaguar has built upon its leading quality performance using the latest
‘virtual’ product development technologies. This approach features an
obsessive attention to detail, with almost 40,000 quality-specific
assessments during the development stage.
The all new XJ brings new standards of sustainability to the luxury vehicle
segment. The lightweight aluminum structure – with 50 percent recycled
material – underpinned by a lifecycle approach to vehicle design and
manufacture, enables the all new XJ to minimize its carbon footprint. This
alone creates a potential savings of three tons of CO2 per vehicle,
compared to a bodyshell made from new aluminum.
The Jaguar brand has been acknowledged with a joint first ranking in a
vehicle dependability study in 2009. Jaguar’s obsessive attention to quality
and service has also resulted in #1 rankings in sales satisfaction and
customer service.
The all new XJ offers extremely attractive cost of ownership with
impressive fuel economy across the range, high predicted residual values
and 15,000-mile service intervals.
In the U.S., the all new XJ can be ordered now. Delivery of first customer
cars will begin in early 2010.


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