2010 Jaguar XJL Supersport


2010 Jaguar XJL Supersport

2010 Jaguar XJL Supersport

Following the XF design theme, the XJ is completely restyled with the same styling from the 2007 Jaguar CX-F Concept. It shares the XF’s range of direct gasoline injection engines, as well as its supercharged V8 producing 510 bhp. New to the range are plasma screen ‘Virtual Instruments’ and a 20-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system.

Press Release

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.”

 

In Detail

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typeSeries Production Car
built atBirmingham, England
body stylistIan Callum
price $$ 115,000
price £/td>£88,000
predeccesor2004 Jaguar XJR
engineAJV8 Gen III 900º V8
positionFront Longitudinal
aspirationSupercharger
block materialAluminum Alloy
valvetrainDirect Fuel Injection
fuel feedDOHC, 4 Valves per Cyl
displacement5000 cc / 305.12 in³
bore92.5 mm / 3.6 in
stroke93 mm / 3.7 in
compression9.5:1
power380.3 kw / 510 bhp @ 6000 rpm
specific output102.0 bhp per litre
bhp/weight269.27 bhp per tonne
torque625.0 nm / 461 ft lbs @ 2500 rpm
body / frameAluminum body over Aluminum & Magnesium Chassis
driven wheelsRWD w/Active Differential Control
f suspensionContinuously Variable Dampers
curb weight1894 kg / 4172 lbs
wheelbase3032 mm / 119.4 in
front track1626 mm / 64.0 in
rear track1604 mm / 63.1 in
length5122 mm / 164.3 in
width1894 mm / 74.6 in
height1448 mm / 57.0 in
gear ratios4.17:1, 2.34:1, 1.52:1, 1.14:1, 0.87:1, 0.69:1
final drive3.31:1
top speed~249.40 kph / 155 mph
0 – 60 mph~4.7 seconds
drag0.29 Cd
fuel econ epa13.07 L/100 km or 18 mpg-us
fuel capacity82 litres or 21.65 gal.