Jaguar Land Rover India, part of Tata Motors group, announced the launch of an all-new Jaguar XF, starting from Rs 49.50 Lakh
(ex-Delhi). The deliveries of XF are scheduled to begin from end of September
2016 and customers can now book one through any of the 23 authorised Jaguar Retailers
located near them. With the introduction of the Ingenium Diesel engine, the XF
becomes the first Jaguar in India to get this much awaited power-train.
The new Jaguar XF will be
available in India in the following engines and derivatives:
1. Jaguar XF 2.0 l (132 kW---177hp)
Diesel Pure: Rs. 49.50 Lakh
2. Jaguar XF 2.0 l (132 kW—177hp)
Diesel Prestige: Rs. 55.90 Lakh
3. Jaguar XF 2.0 l (132 kW---177hp)
Diesel Portfolio: Rs. 62.10 Lakh
4. Jaguar XF 2.0 l (177 kW---237hp)
Petrol Prestige: Rs. 55.65 Lakh
5. Jaguar XF 2.0 l (177 kW----237hp)
Petrol Portfolio: Rs. 61.85 Lakh
Note: All prices are
ex-showroom in Delhi
The XF is available with
adaptive LED headlights featuring Jaguar’s signature 'J' blade Daytime Running
Lights to give XF a striking on-road presence. The quality of LED light is
close to daylight that helps in distinguishing objects more easily and reducing
fatigue at night.
At the rear, XF's tail lights
feature a distinctive, Jaguar F-TYPE inspired, double roundel and intersecting
horizontal detail. The LED brake lights are not only brighter than halogen
bulbs but also use less energy, contributing to XF's overall drive for greater
efficiency. LEDs also illuminate faster, so following drivers can react more
quickly to XF's braking.
Even the boot lid's height and
pitch, as well as its overall curvature and subtle spoiler, are designed to
reduce drag and increase downforce.
Once the Start button is
pushed, the car awakens and its mood lighting illuminates. With perfect
choreography, air vents rotate open, the JaguarDrive Selector rises smoothly
and the engine growls, signalling readiness for the drive ahead.
The number of switches and
buttons is kept to a minimum to keep the look clean and tidy, as well as making
them easy to use. Materials used are of the highest quality. Leather and
finishes are selected with the greatest care to ensure that, inside XF,
everything is luxurious to the touch.
The rear of Jaguar XF's cabin
is spacious and luxurious. Compared with the previous generation XF, rear
‘knee-room’ has increased by 24 mm, making it among the best in class. Rear
‘leg-room’ has increased by 15 mm. Mood Lighting is configurable and there is a
choice of ten colours to choose from.
Ingenium Diesel Engine
The all-new Jaguar XF is
offered with the new Ingenium 2.0 l 4-cylinder Turbocharged Diesel engine that
delivers a power output of 177hp. Ingenium is Jaguar Land Rover's new breed of
engines designed for effortless performance, refinement and efficiency. With
advanced technology and all-aluminium construction, the Ingenium diesel engine
delivers impressive fuel economy and reduces CO2 emissions. Up to 20 kg lighter
than equivalent previous generation engines, the Ingenium diesel engine is
intrinsically more efficient.
Choice of Petrol Engine
The all-new Jaguar XF’s
4-cylinder petrol engine offers 177 kW of power and responsiveness throughout
the rev range, while improving efficiency. The 2.0 l 4-cylinder Turbocharged
Petrol engine achieves ‘6-cylinder’ levels of performance and refinement from a
more compact and economical structure.
Lightweight Aluminium Architecture
Jaguar has been at the
forefront of aluminium car construction for more than a decade. Its latest
innovation - Lightweight Aluminium Architecture embodies the new Jaguar XF,
which makes it significantly lighter, stronger and 28 percent stiffer than the
structure used in XF's predecessor. Aluminium has been used to form the body
sides, bonnet and front wings of XF.
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