Right after receiving a tuning kit from Loder1899, the 2009 Jaguar XF sports sedan became a target to yet another tuning specialist. This time, it is Arden, a German tuner that specializes in all things British (or, at least, formerly known as British, because its list of marques includes Range Rover and Jaquar (both acquired by India’s Tata Motors in June 2007 and March 2008 respectively), as well as the now German-owned Bentley and MINI), with its new, classically styled, AJ 21 body kit and an engine upgrade program.
The body kit consists of new front apron with huge grille with (chromed?) mesh insert, not particularly awe-inspiring LED day-running lights and larger air intakes right beneath them; lower front spoiler; rear lid spoiler; and rear diffuser that has enough space in it to comfortable hold four large caliber exhaust tips. The exterior part is completed with the help of 21-inch Sportline wheels and the aforementioned stainless steel sports silencers.
The Jaguar XF AJ 21 also offers power upgrades to all of the four available engines.
The most of the juice goes to the Supercharged 416hp 4.2-liter V8 mill, which gets its displacement increased to 4.5 liters and the max power output pumped to more impressive 500hp.
See also: 2008 Jaguar XJ-Series