The all-new Jaguar XF brings an unrivalled blend of design, luxury, technology and efficiency to lead the business car segment, underpinned by class-leading driving dynamics and refinement and impressive total cost of ownership.
The all-new Jaguar XF’s dynamic, coupé-like design is formed around Jaguar’s aluminium-intensive architecture and combines the proportions, elegant surfaces and lines which define all Jaguar cars, with a longer wheelbase, more interior space and exceptionally low aerodynamic drag yet in a lower and shorter body than the car it replaces. The cabin is a blend of contemporary luxury materials and finishes, traditional Jaguar craftsmanship and state-of-the art technology, with features such as a reconfigurable 12.3-inch TFT instrument cluster, laser head-up display and the InControl Touch Pro premium infotainment system – the all-new XF is the most connected Jaguar ever.
It is 4,954mm long: at 2,960 the wheelbase is 51mm longer than before, the front overhang 66mm shorter. Though 7mm shorter and 3mm lower than the original XF, rear seat space is class-leading thanks to 15mm more legroom, 24mm more kneeroom and up to 27mm more headroom than before. Aerodynamics are also superior: the drag coefficient drops from 0.29 to just 0.26.
The light, stiff body is also fundamental to the all-new XF’s superb vehicle dynamics. Double wishbone front suspension and Integral Link rear suspension – combined with near-50:50 weight distribution – deliver the ideal balance between ride and handling.
The new XF’s four- and six-cylinder Euro 6 diesel and petrol engines are characterised by a rapid build-up of torque from low speeds to give effortless acceleration. From the 104g/km 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel powering the rear wheels though a 6-speed manual transmission to the 380PS supercharged 3.0-litre V6 driving its rear wheels via an 8-speed automatic, the all-new XF offers a truly remarkable breadth of performance and capability. Contributing to the all-new XF’s benchmark fuel consumption figures is a light, low-friction six-speed manual transmission. Like the automatics, it was developed in partnership with ZF and sets standards for shift quality and efficiency.