The all-new Jaguar XJ brings a daring new spirit to automotive luxury. Sleek, sporting and sophisticated, it offers a seductive mix of striking design, breathtaking performance and engineering without compromise.
Building on the success of the new XK and XF models, the introduction of the all-new XJ is a landmark for the revitalised Jaguar brand. Clearly positioned as the company’s four-door flagship, it extends the appeal of the XJ to a new generation of customers.
Jaguars are renowned for their elegant, sporting lines and the all-new XJ, with its fluid, contemporary style, is the boldest interpretation yet of Design Director Ian Callum’s vision for Jaguar in the 21st century.
A panoramic glass roof is an integral part of the all-new XJ’s design concept, enabling the car to have a lower, more streamlined roofline, while dramatically enhancing the feeling of light and space inside.
Standard- and long-wheelbase models are available from launch. The long-wheelbase offers an even more sumptuous and refined environment for rear-seat passengers with an additional 125mm of legroom. The XJ’s 520-litre boot can swallow two large suitcases side-by-side.
The all-new XJ cabin blends elegant, contemporary design with the comfort, luxury and unmistakable sporting style of a Jaguar. Chrome and piano black detailing provides an eye-catching contrast to the beautifully-crafted leather and veneer surfaces.
The all-new XJ’s beauty is much more than skin-deep: it is constructed using Jaguar’s aerospace-inspired aluminium body technology, which makes the XJ lighter than its rivals by at least 150kg. These technologies – now developed into an even more impressive new generation of the XJ – significantly improve performance, handling and economy, while delivering increased strength, refinement and safety.
Proven Jaguar dynamic technologies are taken to new levels in the all-new XJ. Features such as air suspension, Adaptive Dynamics (continuously variable damping), Active Differential Control and quick-ratio power steering deliver the blend of responsive, dynamic handling and refined, supple ride expected from a Jaguar.
The XJ benefits from the most advanced, powerful and efficient Jaguar powertrains ever. Customers will have (dependent on market) a choice of four petrol and diesel engines, all coupled to a shift-by-wire, six-speed automatic transmission controlled by the JaguarDrive SelectorTM or steering wheel-mounted paddles:
- 3.0-litre 275PS AJ-V6D Gen III diesel with twin sequential turbochargers – 0-60mph in 6.0 secs (0-100kph in 6.4 secs)
- 5.0-litre 385PS AJ-V8 Gen III naturally aspirated direct-injection V8 petrol – 0-60mph in 5.4 secs (0-100kph in 5.7 secs)
- 5.0-litre 470PS AJ-V8 Gen III supercharged V8 direct-injection petrol – 0-60mph in 4.9 secs (0-100kph in 5.2 secs)
- 5.0-litre 510PS AJ-V8 Gen III supercharged V8 direct-injection petrol – 0-60mph in 4.7 secs (0-100kph in 4.9 secs)
Advanced new technologies have allowed Jaguar’s interior designers to create an environment more akin to a state-of-the-art living space than a simple car cabin. Stunning, 12.3-inch high-definition Virtual Instruments complement an innovative, Dual-View technology 8-inch Touch-screen that can project DVD movies or television programmes to the passenger while the driver views vehicle functions or follows satellite navigation.
Premium surround sound options include the top-of-the-range 1200W Bowers & Wilkins system, which is comparable in audio quality to the world’s best in-home entertainment. Advanced infotainment features also include hard drive-based audio and navigation systems, and comprehensive connectivity for portable audio and video devices via the powerful Media Hub.
The Jaguar brand has been acknowledged this year by J.D. Power and Associates with a joint first ranking in the Vehicle Dependability study 2009. Jaguar’s obsessive attention to detail has continued in the development of the all-new XJ by using the latest ‘virtual’ technologies, which included 40,000 quality-specific assessments during the development stage.
The all-new XJ brings new standards of sustainability to the luxury vehicle segment. The lightweight aluminium structure – with 50 percent recycled material – underpinned by a lifecycle approach to vehicle design and manufacture, enables the new XJ to minimise its carbon footprint. This alone creates a potential saving of three tonnes of CO2 per vehicle, compared to a bodyshell made from new aluminium.
To complement the all-new cabin design is a level of choice in colours, veneers and leathers not seen before in a Jaguar. The three specification levels – Luxury, Premium Luxury and Portfolio offered with the AJ-V6D and AJ-V8 engines – allow the customer to tailor the car to suit their tastes. The range is completed with the 470PS Supercharged model and the ultimate expression of performance and luxury in the 510PS Supersport model, which includes a leather roof-lining, semi-aniline leather seats and veneers with laser inlays.
The all-new XJ offers extremely attractive cost of ownership with impressive fuel economy across the range (3.0-litre AJ-V6D turbodiesel returns 40.1mpg and 184g/km CO2), high predicted residual values and 15,000-mile service intervals. Depending on model and market, the all-new XJ can be ordered now. Delivery of first customer cars will begin in early 2010. Pricing will be announced by individual markets.
The new Jaguar XJ – In detail
“The all-new XJ re-imagines the ultimate sporting luxury car. It’s beautiful, exhilarating to drive and with a bold, enlightened approach to design meets the challenges of our fast-changing world.“
MIKE O’DRISCOLL, MANAGING DIRECTOR, JAGUAR CARS
Sleek, sporting and sophisticated, the all-new Jaguar XJ brings a daring new spirit to automotive luxury. It offers a seductive mix of striking design, breathtaking performance and engineering without compromise.
The new XJ is the epitome of fluid, contemporary automotive style. The elongated teardrop shape of the side windows establishes the car’s silhouette and lies at the heart of its flowing design. And the new XJ doesn’t just look streamlined: it shares a drag coefficient of 0.29 with the XF saloon, making them the most aerodynamic Jaguars ever.
A coupé profile cloaks a cabin that offers comparable levels of space to saloons with a more conventional style. There is generous accommodation for five occupants, while long-wheelbase models provide rear-seat passengers with even greater levels of comfort thanks to an additional 125mm of rear legroom.
The exquisitely designed interior has a strong sporting character throughout. A panoramic glass roof, standard on all models, dramatically enhances the sense of light and space inside the new XJ. And in keeping with its status as the ultimate four-door Jaguar, the XJ introduces a new generation of interior technologies, pioneering the use of display and infotainment systems such as the innovative Virtual Instrument dials and optional 1200W Bowers & Wilkins premium surround sound system.
At the heart of the all-new XJ’s construction is a next-generation application of Jaguar’s unique lightweight vehicle architecture. Primarily aluminium – but also utilising magnesium and composite alloys – it allows Jaguar to produce a significantly lighter and stiffer body – the lightest in its class. The new structure – which retains the same aerospace-based riveting and bonding processes – has been refined using these advanced new materials to deliver improved strength, enhanced refinement and superior safety performance.
The new XJ offers the choice of four powerful and refined engines, which use the latest powertrain technology to deliver an outstanding combination of performance and class-leading efficiency. The supremely powerful supercharged 510PS 5.0-litre AJ-V8 Gen III will head the line-up, with a
0-60mph time of 4.7 secs (0-100kph in 4.9 secs); 470PS supercharged and 385PS naturally aspirated petrol V8s are also available, dependent on market.
A no-compromise diesel alternative is provided by the formidable 275PS 3.0-litre AJ-V6D Gen III. With twin sequential turbochargers, this is an engine that delivers on every aspect of the Jaguar driving experience, marrying tremendous drive (0-60mph in 6.0 secs, 0-100kph in 6.4 secs) with impressive fuel economy and CO2 emissions (40.1mpg and 184g/km of CO2).
The all-new XJ delivers a driving experience that is just as memorable as the car’s appearance. Benefitting from technologies pioneered on the exciting new XFR and XKR models, including continuously variable damping (Adaptive Dynamics), electronically controlled rear differential (Active Differential Control) and a quick ratio power-steering system, the new XJ combines responsive, sporting dynamics with the refined, supple ride expected from a luxury Jaguar.
With its unique lightweight aluminium body structure and advanced new powertrains, the all-new XJ already has a head start when it comes to sustainable performance. The aluminium body uses more than 50 percent recycled material, with a plan to increase this to 75 percent. Body panels made from recycled material use only 5 percent of the energy required for new aluminium, equating to a potential saving of three tonnes of CO2 per vehicle.
“The new XJ is a thoroughly modern interpretation of the quintessential Jaguar. Its visual impact stems from the elongated teardrop shape of the car’s side windows, a powerful stance and wide track. It is the most emphatic statement yet of Jaguar’s new design direction.”
IAN CALLUM, DESIGN DIRECTOR, JAGUAR CARS
“Any good car design – indeed the design of anything of value – should tell a story. The new XJ does that, with a visual hierarchy and clarity of intent. We took inspiration from classic Jaguars like the Mk2 and original XJ to create a Jaguar for the 21st century with pure, sensual forms.“
Ian Callum, Design Director, Jaguar Cars
The all-new XJ’s distinctive lines mark the next bold evolution of Jaguar’s new design language. The striking elongated teardrop shape of the side window graphic establishes the car’s streamlined profile, and is balanced by a dramatic lower swage line emanating from the front wheels that reinforces the vehicle’s forward stance. The new XJ’s sleek lines are complemented by a taut waistline, which further accentuates the impression of length and elegance and creates a natural tension as it fades from the front arch into the middle section of the car before reappearing as a strong haunch towards the rear.
Bold, confident face
The face of the XJ is confident, with a wide front track and short overhangs contributing to the finely judged proportions. The nose of the car follows Jaguar’s new design language, with a bold and assertive treatment: the powerful mesh grille and slim xenon headlamps creating a strong road presence.
The strong, muscular lower half of the car is contrasted with the slim and graceful quality of the roofline, which takes inspiration from the original 1968 XJ saloon. The wrap-around rear screen reduces the visual weight of the pillars, and gives the impression of an exotic ‘floating’ roof.
And the new XJ doesn’t just look sleek and streamlined: it is (alongside the new XF) the most aerodynamic Jaguar ever. The car has a drag coefficient (Cd) of 0.29, and, equally importantly, outstanding high-speed stability.
Dramatic LED lights
The rear end is notable for its pure, sculpted shape, with a conscious absence of unnecessary ornamentation. The sheet metal of the rear panel retains its pure form, with a single leaping Jaguar motif making a strong, confident statement. The LED light clusters wrap stylishly over the rear wings and feature three dramatic red, vertical strips.
Architectural interior design
The overriding impression from the interior is a sense of personal space, a feeling enhanced by the clean, simple form of the leather-wrapped instrument panel sitting low across the vehicle. At the sides of the cabin, a bold architectural wood veneer sweeps forward from the doors to meet at the front of the car, emphasising the new XJ’s powerful, dynamic character. This linear, modern use of wood helps to create a truly welcoming environment.
From the outset, the panoramic glass roof has been an integral part of the design concept of the all-new XJ. It enables a lower, more streamlined roofline, and also dramatically enhances the feeling of light and space within the car. The roof’s opening mechanism slides the glass upwards and outwards, so that headroom is never compromised. A dark tint and reflective coating prevent the interior from overheating under strong sunlight, while twin electric blinds provide another level of privacy and sun screening.
“The all-new XJ’s advanced new displays use a range of technologies to create an intuitive and rewarding driver experience. Not only does everything look amazing, it allows you to tailor displays to match different driving circumstances, giving precisely the information you need and no more.”
Mick Mohan, Director, Jaguar Programmes
In keeping with its position as the ultimate Jaguar saloon, the all-new XJ pioneers the use of advanced new technologies, driver displays and infotainment systems that set an exciting new benchmark within its segment.
As the driver is greeted by the signature Jaguar ‘handshake’ – the circular, knurled aluminium rotary control of the JaguarDrive SelectorTM rising into the driver’s palm – stylish 3D animations materialise in the virtual instrument cluster and on the central Touch-screen, giving an immediate signal that the new XJ takes a revolutionary approach to the way information is displayed in the vehicle.
Sophisticated virtual instrumentation
There is no ‘physical’ instrument cluster display in the all-new XJ. Instead, a 12.3-inch high-definition screen, which uses sophisticated – and beautifully detailed – virtual instruments, provides all of the functions performed by traditional dials. Jaguar’s designers have also taken advantage of the freedom provided by virtual instrumentation to help prioritise the most useful information as well as creating a real sense of theatre for the driver.
As the XJ starts, three virtual dials build before your eyes: the centre dial houses a speedometer, flanked on the right by a rev counter and on the left by an information window with fuel and temperature gauges.
To maximise clarity, the display employs a ‘spotlight’ effect to highlight the areas showing the most important information, such as the current speed or engine revs. When required – for example, if fuel is running low, or the driver is selecting a radio station – the rev counter fades away to be temporarily replaced by the required warning message or menu.
This prioritisation goes to another level when the driver who is looking for even more sporting performance and handling selects the XJ’s Dynamic mode. In this case, the dials assume a sporting red hue and feature a bold gear position indicator which glows red as you reach the rev limiter.
Dual-View Touch-screen display
A large 8-inch Touch-screen display in the centre console is the ideal complement to the virtual instrument cluster, providing an intuitive way to manage many of the XJ’s functions, including climate control, audio, communications and navigation.
However, the display is more than simply intuitive; it also features Dual-View technology, a significant advance that allows the driver and front passenger to look at completely different content on the same screen. For example, the passenger can watch television or a DVD movie, while the driver views route navigation mapping.
The Touch-screen interface allows the number of conventional switches to be reduced to a minimum, with just a small number of major controls positioned below the display. The driver can also use Jaguar’s latest-generation Interactive Voice control system, which uses the cluster display to present a list of prompts for key words to control a particular function. This new “say what you see” approach quickly allows the driver to gain confidence and familiarity using systems such as the in-car telephone, navigation or audio.
Flexible multimedia capabilities including Hard Disc Drive (HDD)
The impressive flexibility provided by the new display and control systems is matched by the all-new XJ’s multimedia capabilities. Depending on market and model, there is a choice of CD/DVD player; analogue, DAB, HD radio or SiriusTM radio receivers; and digital or analogue television. In addition, the Media Hub provides flexible connectivity through two USB ports, Bluetooth® audio streaming and an auxiliary input, which allow the user to connect with iPods®, iPhones®, laptops and Blackberries®, for example.
The audio unit utilises a hard-disc-drive (HDD) system, so that CDs can be loaded onto the HDD for later listening. GracenoteTM is included to allow artist and track information to be recognised. The vehicle’s navigation system is also HDD-based, providing quicker access and the ability to store and update detailed mapping information more easily.
“The all-new XJ has been engineered to engage the driver with exhilarating performance and surprising agility, but without sacrificing comfort or refinement. For a luxury saloon, the XJ really is as good as it gets.”
Mike Cross, Chief Engineer, Vehicle Integrity
With a stiff, lightweight body structure, a new generation of ultra-efficient, high-performance powertrains and the latest chassis technologies, the all-new XJ is an outstanding premium sports saloon that delivers an exhilarating driving experience.
The primary objective while developing the new XJ was to provide a combination of focused and responsive sporting dynamics, allied to the suppleness and refinement of a luxury vehicle. The all-new XJ is very much a driver’s car and surprisingly agile for its size, but without any compromise to comfort.
At more relaxed cruising speeds the new XJ is blissfully silent. A full secondary bulkhead, laminated glass in all the main windows, streamlined aerodynamics and an optimised body structure help to reduce noise levels to an absolute minimum. When driven in a more spirited fashion, however, carefully tuned air intake systems deliver an inspiring engine soundtrack.
Giving even greater level of personal control, the XJ driver can tailor the driving experience to suit their mood or conditions. JaguarDrive ControlTM offers two different modes: Dynamic mode, for a more sporting and responsive character, and Winter mode, for greater confidence in low-grip conditions. Each mode changes the characteristics of engine mapping, transmission shifts, Adaptive Dynamics and Active Differential Control systems and DSC interventions.
In Dynamic mode gearshift points are extended, the suspension stiffens and even the presentation and colour of the main instrument dials changes. And in Winter mode, the transmission selects second gear to provide greater traction from standstill.
There are also interior passive safety technologies with active seat belts that draw you into the seat under heavy braking or hard cornering, and when Dynamic Mode is activated.
Efficient, refined powertrains
The new XJ offers the choice of up to four powerful and refined engines. Heading the line-up is the supremely powerful new supercharged 5.0-litre V8, available with 510PS or 470PS, depending on model. (Jaguar’s new flagship engine, the 510PS V8, is available only in the range-topping Supersport model.) The other petrol option is the smooth and responsive 385PS naturally-aspirated V8 version, while completing the range is the formidable 3.0-litre 275PS AJ-V6D Gen III diesel. With twin sequential turbochargers, the V6 diesel marries tremendous drive with impressive fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
The new direct-injection 5.0-litre AJ-V8 Gen III V8 petrol engines were introduced at the beginning of 2009. They were developed from the outset to deliver significantly increased power and torque, but with improved emissions and fuel efficiency. Particular emphasis was also placed on achieving a sporting character, combining responsive low-end torque with spirited top-end performance.
The results are truly impressive. Compared to the 4.2-litre V8s in the previous XJ, power is increased by 29 percent on both the 510PS supercharged and naturally aspirated versions. The 470PS supercharged engine is 19 percent more powerful than the outgoing engine 4.2-litre engine.
Yet despite the significant performance increase, CO2 emissions and fuel economy are at the same competitive levels for both engines, which also meet stringent EU5 and US ULEV2 emissions regulations.
Advanced new V6 twin-turbocharged diesel engine
The new 3.0-litre AJ-V6D Gen III diesel uses cutting-edge technologies to deliver seamless performance with exceptional efficiency, providing the all-new XJ with the ultimate in power, response and refinement in the premium diesel segment.
For most day-to-day driving, including motorway cruising, a responsive, variable-geometry primary turbocharger does all the work, while the smaller, fixed-geometry, secondary turbo is dormant, saving energy and improving efficiency. When the engine revs climb above 2800rpm, the secondary turbo is brought on line within 300 milliseconds, smoothly and seamlessly boosting the engine output with no discernible turbo-lag or power-step.
Compared to the highly acclaimed 2.7-litre unit that accounted for up to 25 percent of XJ sales worldwide, the new V6 Diesel is 33 percent more powerful at 275PS, while torque rises by 38 percent to a substantial 600Nm.
When combined with the XJ’s lightweight structure, the performance gains are considerable. Acceleration to 60mph is accomplished in just 6.0 seconds, on the way to an electronically governed top speed of 155mph. Fuel economy and emissions are also impressive, with the diesel-powered XJ returning combined economy figures of 40.1mpg and CO2 emissions of 184g/km.
Advanced six-speed automatic transmission
All petrol and diesel engines transmit power through an enhanced version of Jaguar’s acclaimed electronically controlled, six-speed automatic transmission. The transmission has a fully-adaptive shift system which delivers extremely smooth gear changes and optimises performance and economy at all times. As befits a sports saloon, all new XJs feature the Jaguar Sequential ShiftTM system for manual gear selection, with shift paddles mounted behind the steering wheel.
Driver aids and safety systems
To complement its powerful engines and advanced driving dynamics, the new XJ provides a comprehensive set of active safety aids including: an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Understeer Control, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Electronic Traction Control (ETC), Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Engine Drag Torque Control and, for vehicles fitted with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Electronic Brake Pre-fill.
Drivers of the new XJ also benefit from a number of additional active safety features that provide enhanced confidence and security when on the road.
Other technologies include Adaptive Cruise Control, which monitors the gap to traffic ahead and adjusts the cruise control system and speed accordingly; a radar-based blind-spot monitoring system that alerts the XJ driver to vehicles in close proximity on either side; and a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System that continuously monitors pressure and temperature.
The lifecycle of a vehicle
The all-new XJ takes a new approach to sustainable motoring in the luxury vehicle sector, with its lightweight aluminium body structure and advanced powertrains. It backs this up by delivering outstanding quality and extremely low cost of ownership.
Jaguar has developed its approach to sustainability by focusing on the ‘lifecycle’ of a vehicle; a more stringent approach to sustainability than standalone measures like fuel consumption or CO2 emissions.
A lifecycle approach means minimising the amount of materials used, incorporating recycled material wherever possible, using low-energy manufacturing processes, maximising durability, and making the vehicle easy to recycle at the end of its life.
Jaguar’s aluminium architecture is a significant contributor to the sustainability of the new XJ. It uses around 50 percent recycled material in the body, and plans are in place to increase that figure to 75 percent. This alone creates a saving of three tonnes of CO2 per vehicle, compared to a bodyshell made from new aluminium.
The new Jaguar XJ still returns excellent figures when you consider more traditional measures of sustainability, such as CO2 emissions, where the 3.0-litre AJ-V6D produces just 184g/km.
“The outstanding responsiveness and efficiency of the latest Jaguar V6 diesel and V8 petrol engines make them ideally suited to the new XJ. When combined with the vehicle’s lightweight structure, the result is intoxicating performance and impressive fuel economy.”
Malcolm Sandford, Engine Group Chief Engineer
“The new XJ’s interior is for people who value beautiful design. The cabin’s combination of elegant surfaces, stunning materials, sweeping instrument panel and bold architectural lines create a sense of handcrafted intimacy. Think minimalist hotel mixed with a hint of indulgence and sparkle – the epitome of modern luxury.”
Ian Callum, Design Director, Jaguar Cars
The all-new XJ makes every journey a special occasion, both for the driver and passengers. From the Jaguar ‘handshake’ as you start the vehicle, to the comfort and support of the sculpted seats, the style and quality of the interior furnishings, and the outstanding audio system, every detail has been painstakingly developed to create a truly unique experience.
The new XJ enjoys more sumptuous leather than any previous Jaguar. It adorns all of the main surfaces, including the seats, instrument panel, door tops, centre console and armrests. The exclusive Supersport model even has a leather roof-liner.
Like the seams on a hand-tailored Savile Row suit, the soft-grain leather features beautiful twin-needle stitching. Visually seductive, this complex stitching delivers a feeling of opulence and style in a modern way.
Strong, sporting character
The driver grips a beautifully-trimmed three-spoke steering wheel, and the broad centre console – positioned further rearward thanks to the absence of a conventional gear lever – helps to provide an intimate, cockpit-like feel.
The new XJ’s elegant switchgear and phosphor blue lighting enhance the contemporary mood still more. The doors feature a beautiful pannier-style storage compartment, inspired by the look and feel of a high-quality, hand-stitched designer briefcase.
Reflecting the all-new XJ’s approach to luxurious ‘personal space’, the new trim and colour selections, which include a fresh range of more daring colours chosen by the Jaguar Design Studio team, offer the opportunity for increased interior personalisation. Nine different mirror-matched wood veneers are available, all chosen to create a crisp, contemporary appearance, while carbon fibre and piano black finishes are also available for those who prefer a more technical ambience.
The simplicity and purity of the interior design emphasises the fine execution of detail. The four spherical air vents contrast a high-gloss piano black finish with chromed metal components. This stylish combination of piano black and chrome is repeated on the centre console.
Centre stage on the instrument panel is an analogue clock, its individual chrome graduations, spun metal face and iridescent blue background inspired by luxury wristwatches. Many of these design details are picked out by the phosphor blue interior lighting, which further helps to create a relaxing and harmonious ambience.
Outstanding audio performance
The new XJ’s cabin doesn’t just provide a treat for the eyes, it provides a treat for the ears as well. In addition to the mellifluous but sporting exhaust note, there is a choice of high-performance audio options. Depending on market and model, the vehicle can offer the choice of CD/DVD functions; analogue, DAB or SiriusTM satellite radio receivers; digital or analogue television; and connectivity for portable music devices.
The ultimate audio experience is provided by the 1200W Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system. Bowers & Wilkins is an award-winning British manufacturer of audio and loudspeaker systems. The 1200W audio system in the all-new XJ combines 20 Bowers & Wilkins speakers powered through 15 channels and state-of-the-art sound processing technology. The result is sound quality so pure and so good that it equals that of a high-end home system.
Among the innovations employed to achieve this level of aural performance is the first automotive application of the sophisticated Audyssey MultEQ XT® audio tuning system, which digitally corrects any imperfections to deliver accurate and distortion-free sound for all seating positions. In addition, the new XJ marks the first automotive application of Dolby® Pro Logic IIx technology, and is also the first vehicle to offer the choice of the DTSTM Neo:6 decoder, to deliver the latest 7.1 surround sound audio.
When the rear-seat entertainment package is specified, passengers have access to dual 8-inch LCD screens in the rear of the front headrests and wireless infra-red digital headphones. A specially designed portable Touch-screen controller allows passengers to select their preferred source of entertainment, with the two rear screens and all headphones controlled independently.
|Model||Standard Wheelbase||Long Wheelbase|
|XJ 3.0 V6 Diesel Luxury||£52,500||£55,500|
|XJ 3.0 V6 Diesel Premium Luxury||£55,900||£58,900|
|XJ 3.0 V6 Diesel Portfolio||£62,900||£65,900|
|XJ 5.0 n/a V8 Petrol Premium Luxury||£62,900||£65,900|
|XJ 5.0 n/a V8 Petrol Portfolio||£69,900||£72,900|
|XJ 5.0 s/c V8 Petrol Supersport||£85,000||£88,000|