Following its official debut at the New York International Auto Show, Jaguar has announced specifications and pricing for the all-new XF.
Available to order in the UK now, the new Jaguar XF is priced between £32,300 for the entry-level model and £49,950 for the range-topping version, and it’s likely to arrive in the UK later this year.
Staying close to the design of the original XF model, the new version keeps the same proportions and focus on simplicity of design and aerodynamic efficiency with a sleek, coupe-style profile.
More spacious, more dynamic than predecessor
Although it’s 7mm shorter than its predecessor, the new version boasts a longer wheelbase for more interior room, while other outside touches include an updated grille and full LED head and taillights.
On the inside, the XF features a layered instrument panel with luxurious and generous features like figured ebony veneers and textured aluminium trimmings around the cabin.
The longer wheelbase affords 27mm more legroom than before, while features include suede and Windsor leather for the seat upholstery, four-zone climate control and 10-colour ambient lighting.
Optional extras for the interior include a panoramic sunroof, plus heated seats and even window blinds to up the comfort and practicality of the XF’s rear seats.
To further increase usability, the rear bench features a more practical 40:20:40 split, making it easier to load bulky or long items, while the lid on the 540-litre boot features an optional power close function.
Sitting between the XE and XJ ranges, the new XF boasts four trim levels: the entry-level Prestige model, the R-Sport, Portfolio and finally the top-of-the-range XF S trim level.
Wide range of luxury kit
Each comes packed with a range of technology which includes Jaguar’s latest InControl Touch Pro infotainment system, which can be controlled via voice activation or the 10.2-inch touchscreen.
Other kit includes various driver assistance systems, plus a forward-facing stereo camera as standard, which is linked to a range of functions like autonomous emergency braking and lane departure warning.
The all-new XF is also the latest Jaguar model to benefit from a laser heads-up display, which projects key driver data like vehicle speed and navigation instructions directly onto the windscreen.
Featuring rear-wheel drive, the XF comes with a choice of either eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmissions, and three engine options are available in the UK.
Fuel economy of 70mpg+
A new 2.0-litre diesel Ingenium engine will be available in 161bhp and 178bhp guises, with fuel economy of over 70mpg, while a larger 3.0-litre diesel engine is also available with a mighty 295bhp on tap.
The new XF also features the same 3.0-litre supercharged V6 engine as in the F-TYPE, which produces 375bhp and can take the XF from 0-62mph in a blindingly quick 5.4 seconds.
Due to be manufactured at Jaguar Land Rover’s Castle Bromwich plant in Solihull, the new Jaguar XF is available to order now, with first deliveries expected later in the year.