Jaguar’s XF sedan has received a R-Dynamic Black edition upgrade developed from the XF R-Dynamic S. The XF’s Black Pack includes Gloss Black finish applied to the door mirror caps and side sills in addition to the grille, grille surround, side window surrounds, fender vents and rear badges which give the model are more aggressive look.
There’s also privacy glass and a panoramic roof, red brake calipers and 19-inch Gloss Black wheels in ‘Style 5106’.
Inside, its enriched with beautifully crafted Satin Charcoal Ash veneers, while bright metal pedals add a further finishing touch. There’s also Jaguar’s Premium Cabin Lighting feature, which offers a choice of 30 colours in place of the previous 10. The Pivi Pro infotainment system we’ve seen in other Jaguar Land Rover models is now present here too; In the XF it already has a range of embedded apps, including Spotify, and Apple CarPlay® as standard. Android Auto™ is standard too.
Jaguar says wireless Apple CarPlay will become available to customers in a software-over-the-air (SOTA) update. No word on wireless Android Auto yet.
Under the bonnet is a choice of two engines to choose from. There’s the 147kW D200 diesel engine good for 430 Nm of torque. Then there’s the petrol P250 engine which delivers 184 kW and 365 Nm of torque and enables the XF to accelerate from 0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds with a top speed of 250km/h.
Pricing for the Jaguar XF R-Dynamic Black D200 is set at R1 122 000 while the P250 will set you back R1 118 600.
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