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2014 Models

The last XK rolled off the assembly line in Jaguar’s Castle Bromwich plant on Friday, July 25, with the exciting and highly developed F-Type truly assuming the mantle of sports car with the inclusion of the F-type R. Powered by Jaguar’s incredible 5.0 V8 4040 kW with 680Nm of torque for sheer unadulterated performance that is 100 per cent exploitable – 0-100km/h in 4.2 seconds, best-in-class power and torque as well as best power-to-weight and torque-to-weight. F-Type R takes full advantage of the coupe’s extremely rigid body shell. The range continues with the XJ and XF models, the latter available in XFR-S configuration with many mechanical and body styling upgrades and sharing the F-Type-R engine achieving 0-100km/h in 4.6 secs.

The range consisted of the XJ AND XF models, the latter available in XFR-S configuration with many mechanical and styling upgrades and sharing the F-Type R engine achieving 0-100km/h in 4.6 secs. The current range consisted of the XJ with a choice of four petrol or diesel engines with eight speed transmissions, the XF saloon in five variants and similar engine trans combinations, the F-Type in four versions of V6 and V8 as coupe or convertible and the run out XK in coupe and convertible.

The reveal of the year was the new XE mid-sized saloon which added a heads-up display of key information direct to the windscreen ahead of the driver including speed, navigation, local speed limits etc. It was added to the range in 2015 which will also see the update for the XJ and the final run of the venerable and highly successful XF, the last of the steel bodied cars will finish production in 2015 making the Jaguar stable an all-aluminium projection and assembly line.

For limited release of only 250 cars is the F-Type based and D-Type Le Mans-inspired F-Type Project 7, also to go into production mid-2015. For more information browse www.jaguar.com.au/index