Jaguar XF

Jaguar XF is a car midsize luxury / sport sedan from Jaguar Cars, to replace the Jaguar S-Type.
Jaguar C-XF (for Concept-XF) is a concept car that was designed to showcase the style elements of the next preliminary Jaguar XF. Bill C-XF was led by Jaguar design director Ian Callum and Head of Advanced Design Julian Thomson. It includes a 4.2-liter V8 engine compressor, a 6-speed automatic transmission with Jaguar Sequential Shift, one wedged slim projectors that have evolved from the twin-lamp motif seen on past Jaguars, interior inspired performance, Gearshift Jaguar Dual View display and a sound system Bowers & Wilkins.

Styling of the final production XF range from the C-XF, especially around the headlights and nose, which includes an oval-shaped grille reminiscent of the original XJ of 1968 and is intended to be part of future Jaguars. The trunk lid has retained knife Chrome S-Type on board, but now sports a 'jumper' as well. Boot space and practice is much better than its predecessor, with the possibility of a repair kit instead of a spare wheel to create extra space, although this feature is not available in certain markets.

The body was developed using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) before the car I saw a wind tunnel. Each area of the outer skin lightly, the wheel of compounds for the cooling airflow (even the shape of the exterior mirrors) was optimized through this process. In addition, the square tail is more aerodynamically efficient with a smaller, rounded roof and coupe for the XF and lifted the trunk lip improve airflow over the rear of the car. Accordingly, the XF has the best aerodynamic performance, in terms of strength of production Jaguar ever and is better than the race-bred, limited edition XJ220 supercar.

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