2010 Jaguar XKR 75 Special Edition
Present a 2010 Jaguar XKR 75 Special Edition in the Goodwood Festival of Speed. As you imagine it by name, the model is ready to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Jaguar XK with the Edition 75 unveiled a couple of days in Australia.
Jaguar XKR 75 features a number of subtle modifications, including a retuned version of the 5.0-liter supercharged engine standard that is currently producing 523bhp and 483 pounds feet of torque. That was enough to drop the 0-60mph time of 4.6 to 4.4 second.
The 75 XKR was the result of the challenge issued to Jaguar's engineering team by a point in the new boss, Dr. Ralf Speth, who wanted a car built to celebrate the birthday of the brand.
In addition to a more powerful engine and sport exhaust mandatory, the XKR gets 75 upgraded suspension system with rigid setup and slightly reduced ride height. Mill argued that a greater focus on the drivers have been achieved without sacrificing the repair and comfort that customers expect from Jaguar.
The 2010 Jaguar XKR 75 Special Edition is distinguished by a modified suspension, which also improves the handling of the vehicle, a chassis redesigned to improve aerodynamics, a front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser and spoiler longer.
To help distinguish it from the standard XKR, 75 would impose a revised aerodynamic body kit with front splitter, side sill extensions, rear diffuser and a larger rear spoiler. Red brake caliper, lightweight alloys and optional 20-inch full body graphics display.
The Jaguar XKR 75 will be available to order next month. Prices start from 85.500 GBP.
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