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2010 Jaguar XFR Review
The new Jaguar XFR sedan is so powerful that, slightly modified to improve aerodynamics, it reached 225.675 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats. That makes the 2010 XFR the fastest production Jaguar in history, surpassing even the exotic XJ220 mid-engine supercar, named in the early 1990s for its target top speed. The XFR is the ultra-high performance version of Jaguar’s standard XF sedan, which was widely greeted as the best all-new Jaguar in years when it debuted in 2008. The 2010 XF retails for $52,000 or $57,000 for the XF Premium model. Jaguar says the 2010 XFR will have an MSRP of $80,000 when it hits the roads this summer. The primary distinctions between the XFR and other XF sedans are mechanical, and largely under the hood: The XFR will be powered by a new engine displacing 5.0 liters and sharing nothing with its 4.2-liter predecessor except its V8 configuration. Jaguar’s AJ-V8 Gen III engine employs a host of updated technologies to improve fuel efficiency and decrease emissions, including high-pressure direct fuel injection. The company claims that, as the new V8 is rolled out across its lineup, it will deliver more power and performance in all models but also better fuel economy. In the 2010 XFR, the 5.0-liter V8 is also supercharged, generating an impressive 510 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. The XF’s standard six-speed automatic transmission, one of the best currently available in luxury sedans, is beefed up to handle the XFR’s mega-torque. It’s also tuned for sportier shift response, and equipped with steering-wheel levers for manual shifting. An electronically controlled limited-slip differential completes the XFR’s power-delivery package.

The results, according to Jaguar, are impressive. The XFR will travel from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds, or the same acceleration time Porsche reports for its 911 sports car. Perhaps more impressively, the XFR will accelerate from 50 to 70 miles per hour in 1.9 seconds, useful when entering an interstate highway, among other things. Jaguar predicts combined City/Highway mileage of 23 mpg. Top speed is governed at 155 mph. The XFR suspension will be tuned for sharper handling than that of other XF models, with rock-solid high-speed stability. Yet thanks to Jaguar’s new Adaptive Dynamics suspension system, ride quality should not suffer substantially. Jaguar claims Adaptive Dynamics has more computing power and considerably quicker response time than its previous CATS adaptive suspension system. The XFR will come standard with 20-inch alloy wheels and performance tires. Inside, the XFR will come standard with heavily bolstered sport seats that are adjustable 18 ways and embossed with an R logo. The leather interior will be offered in Warm Charcoal, Warm Charcoal/Red, Warm Charcoal/London Tan, and Ivory. The standard trim is Dark Oak. New safety options include a radar-based Blind Spot Monitor and a back-up camera with guidance lines.

The XF Premium and Portfolio models will be powered by the new 5.0-liter V8 minus the supercharger, delivering 379 horsepower with combined City/Highway mileage projected at 25 mpg. The standard XF continues with the previous generation, 300-hp 4.2-liter V8. Jag’s latest creation aims to put the British automaker’s XF model into the realm of the high-performance premium sedan. The standard model is fitted with all the standard vents, openings and trim pieces expected of a high performance machine, alongside increased wheel and tailpipe diameters. The requisite sporty ‘R’ badge is fixed after the XF’s name plaque, too. The 2010 XFR’s power comes from a new, supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine with direct injection that develops 510 horsepower and 461 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic with paddle shifters is used to send power to the rear wheels. The 2010 XKR also gets the 510-hp engine. Lower-end models also get powertrain upgrades, as the XF Premium, the new XF Portfolio and XK Portfolio versions get a naturally-aspirated version of the 5.0-litre V8, which produces 385 hp. base XF sedans keep the 300-hp, 4.2-litre V8.