Jaguar has win the awards and has an enthusiastic fansall over the the world for cars with the dynamic capability and looks dramatic . The advance of technology now be used by Jaguar to make a new car called the 2012 Jaguar XFR. This car has a design that has been introduced in the thick and the public in 2011 New York International Auto Show.
The front of the XF-R receives the LED headlamps and larger lower intakes, giving it a more cohesive look. The XF-R maintains its 510 hp supercharged V8, but mated to a new 8-speed automatic transmission. Also cans European buyers choose a 2.2-liter 4-cylinder diesel with 187 hp, as Jaguar tests the lower bounds of how much buyers will of sacrifice power for fuel economy in the luxury sedan.
Sheetmetal revisions to the grille, bonnet and front wings incorporating new triangular side vents give the car a more muscular, purposeful appearance. The range-topping XFR Jaguar receives its own unique, assertive overtly designed to underline its performance potential while an alternative ‘aerodynamic’ option is available on all other derivatives for a total of three dramatically different styling options.
The headlights are now bi-function HID Xenon technology, which enables them to significantly slimmer and more compact, while still a very good beam quality resolution. They also include daytime running lights in a distinctive signature Jaguar J-Blade “pattern for instant recognition arranged LED.
The rear lights have been completely renovated and is now expanding in the central part of the fuselage. These new units are now full-LED brake light and indicator functions and give the Jaguar XF a special night behind signature. Between them is a revised tailgate finisher, with a glossy black base for a clean appearance. The boat also has the power closure on all models.
The engine is perfectly complemented by the all-new 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox. Specifically adapted by our engineers for its first-time application in a Jaguar, the transmission offers a host of benefits including both improved acceleration and economy. Gearchanges are completed in just 200 milliseconds – four times faster than the average human resting heartbeat – while driver control is enhanced by the ability to perform multiple downshifts using the paddleshift technology. The use of lightweight materials ensures the overall weight remains the same as the previous six-speed transmission, while improved pump design and gear control elements increase efficiency. Standard on all Jaguar XF diesel models, it reduces the CO2 emissions of the 3.0-litre V6 to 169g/km and improves fuel consumption to 44.8mpg.
Whether experienced from the driver or passenger seat, the cabin of the Jaguar XF is a uniquely welcoming and stylish place in which to spend time, using high-end materials in a truly contemporary manner.
Continuing to feature such dramatic ‘surprise and delight’ elements as the Jaguar Drive Selector that rises from the centre console and air vents that rotate to their open position when the starter button is pressed, the Jaguar XF interior has also received a comprehensive update.
Three new audio systems are offered on the Jaguar XF, all of which represent a significant upgrade on those previously available. Heading this up is a 1200W, 17-speaker premium set-up, from British audio experts Bowers & Wilkins, which offers concert hall-like sound reproduction.
All audio systems can be specified with a hard-drive based satellite navigation system that incorporates a ‘virtual’ CD multichanger allowing the owner to ‘rip’ 10 CDs at a time into the car’s memory storage and play them as if they were a physical music medium. The system also now offers a number of different options for connecting MP3 players; two USB ports, one of which is iPod specific and Bluetooth connectivity that allows music to be streamed from a smartphone. The majority of the car’s functions can also be controlled from the driver’s seat by Jaguar’s Interactive Voice functionality, which provides an intuitive interface for safe, hands-free operation.