2014 jaguar xjr

2014 jaguar xjr

Jaguar has announced that it will be expanding it’s R performance lineup with the 2014 Jaguar XJR Sedan.  The debut of the 2014 Jaguar XJR Sedan will during the 2013 New York Auto Show on March 27th, 2013.

The new high-performance model, which happens to be the flagship of the XJ series, is adding to the  Jaguar lineup that will be displayed at the NY Auto Show.  This includes All Wheel Drive sedans and the exciting Jaguar F-TYPE Convertible, which is set to go on sale this summer.

The 2014 Jaguar XJR will be the highest performance XJ sedan with an impressive 550-horsepower and obviously a large set of performance modifications.  The XJR will also include luxury that Jaguar is know for.

The Jaguar R line represents the highest levels of driving performance and design in Jaguar’s luxury lineup. Jaguar R models start with the brand’s highest levels of power, backed by steering, suspension and braking enhancements, which have been tested at the company’s Nurburgring Test Center. Final touches include interior and functional exterior design that hints at the enhanced driving dynamics that the Jaguar R possess.

“It is clear that performance will continue to lie at the heart and soul of the brand. To that end, the growing R performance lineup offers our customers the truly elevated dynamics and design, but in a Jaguar luxury package. The Jaguar XJR is a British performance machine that delivers emotionally and dynamically on the road and on the track.” said Andy Goss, President of Jaguar and Land Rover North America.

The Jaguar and Land Rover press conference will take place at 10:45am EST on Wednesday, March 27 at the New York Auto Show.  The press conference will be live streamed and available to view at – www.interactivejaguar.com

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