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2009 Jaguar XK-S Limited Edition Announced - (Australia) 2009 Jaguar XK-S Limited Edition Announced - (Australia)

Jaguar has made an impressive start to 2009, with new vehicle sales up by 22% on a year on year basis. Jaguar is one of only a few automotive brands to record sales growth in 2009, and to capitalise on this achievement, a new XK limited edition model, the XK-S, will be launched this month. Like every Jaguar to carry the XK badge, the XK-S is all about performance with style - plus a large helping of individuality. The XK-S offers its own spin on the 4.2 litre V8 XK in coupe form. The car...

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2010 Jaguar XKR Unveiled 2010 Jaguar XKR Unveiled

The new generation of XK and XKR coupe and convertibles, with all-new V8 engines, deliver more power and performance with greater efficiency for 2010 Model Year. With interior enhancements, advanced lightweight aluminum body structure and a wider range of models, plus the new luxurious 'Portfolio' model, the new XK and XKR build on 60 years of legendary performance to deliver the best of everything Jaguar. The all-new AJ-V8 Gen III direct-injection engines are the most advanced and efficient...

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New Jaguar XK60 Special Edition - (UK) New Jaguar XK60 Special Edition - (UK)

In 1948, Jaguar created what would become one of the most famous automotive names in the world, as the all-new and highly advanced XK engine made its debut in the revered XK120 sports car. Now, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of that iconic car, Jaguar is launching a very special series of the current XK for the UK market – the uniquely equipped and aptly named XK60, a car that pays homage to the legendary performance of its predecessors.

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Add This to Your Jaguar XKR Portfolio, its Back by Popular Demand - (Australia) Add This to Your Jaguar XKR Portfolio, its Back by Popular Demand - (Australia)

Due to the success of the 2007 Portfolio Limited Edition - which was primarily sold before the cars even landed on Australian shores - Jaguar is releasing a second very limited edition XKR Portfolio. The 2008 XKR Portfolio will feature notable additions to the already strong specification of the XKR, which is capable of hitting an electronically controlled top speed of 250km/h and can accelerate to 100km/h in just 5.2 seconds.

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Jaguar Announces The XKR Portfolio - (Australia) Jaguar Announces The XKR Portfolio - (Australia)

Jaguar Cars is adding more appeal to the "must have" XKR with the release of the all-new special edition Portfolio model. The 4.2 litre supercharged sports car will feature notable additions to the already strong specification of the XKR, which is capable of hitting an electronically controlled top speed of 250km/h and can accelerate to 100km/h in just 5.2 seconds.

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JAGUAR XKR - (Global) JAGUAR XKR - (Global)

Jaguar is proud to reveal its new supercharged sports car - the Jaguar XKR. Building on the excellence of the all-new XK that debuted in 2005, the XKR takes the Jaguar sports car experience to new heights.

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Driving Dynamics - (Global) Driving Dynamics - (Global)

The new 420bhp (SAE) Jaguar XKR is a truly rewarding car to drive. With 120bhp (SAE) more power than the normally aspirated 4.2-litre XK and the same strong and stiff aluminium body structure, superb ride and handling is assured.

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Chassis, Suspension And Brakes - (Global) Chassis, Suspension And Brakes - (Global)

To ensure optimum sporting ride and handling the XKR's springs and dampers are uprated compared to the XK. The front spring rate is increased by 38% and the rear spring rate by 24%. Allied to the Servotronic steering system, which has been tuned both mechanically and electronically to give the steering more weight and even greater response, the uprated suspension ensures confidence-inspiring handling without any loss in refinement and comfort levels.

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The XKR Marketplace and Summary - (Global) The XKR Marketplace and Summary - (Global)

Like the XK, the new XKR competes within the Large Premium Sport (LPS) sector. In 1999 this sector accounted for just under 50,000 sales per year worldwide. Since that time it has doubled in size.

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