Ecurie Ecosse, a former motor racing team and now a tuning specialist, has revealed its personalization program for the 2009 Jaguar XF sports sedan.
The legendary Jaguar XK120 was the British brand’s first model since the end of the WWII. Launched at the 1948 London Motor Show as a concept vehicle, the XK120 proved that Britain has indeed survived the Great War.
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.
German tuning specialist Loder1899 has revealed its tuning package for the still fresh 2009 Jaguar XF sports sedan. Although the new British beast looks mean and fast even in its stock version, the guys from Loder1899 managed to make it look even better with just a couple right touches here and there.
The 2009 Jaguar XF super-sedan, which will be officially unveiled only in the middle of September, has already received a recommended price tag for the U.K. Although Jaguar is usually associated with very expensive “flagship” models, the new FX will in fact feature, um, an entry-level model that will allow you to own a British legend without breaking a bank.
The 2009 Jaguar XF super-sedan will be officially premiered in Frankfurt at the IAA motor show. Replacing the retro-styled Jaguar S-Type that, despite its somewhat awkward appearance managed to stay in production for long eight years, the new XF is daringly modern both in its exterior design and numerous interior features that make a driver’s life a lot easier.
Those big shots who like chauffeur-driven limousines now have another good reason to visit Jaguar’s show-rooms. With its signature extra-long trunk, sporty corporate grille with inevitable chromed steel mesh and two pairs of head-lights, the new 2008 Jaguar XJ looks like a Shakespeare’s play staged in modern surroundings.
The 2007 Jaguar XK convertible that first was revealed to the public about 16 months ago at the annual Frankfurt Motor Show, has just received an official body-styling package. Differences in styling appear to be minor, but, compared to the “stock” version, the car with the aero kit looks slightly meaner (at least, not as friendly as the normal Jag XK) and a trifle sportier, which is good.