2021 Jaguar XF is the Epitome of Luxury and Style
Jaguar has unveiled the latest version of its mid-size XF sedan, which it says is a “thoroughly refined” testament to its ongoing commitment to beautiful executive sedans. The vehicle features Jaguar’s all-new Pivi Pro infotainment system and will come in three configurations with rear or all-wheel drive.
Outside, there are some small but noticeable design refinements, including new LED headlights with dual J blade accent lights, and larger grille and vent openings. The rear sees a new bumper design and the taillights have a darker lens cover for a sportier look.
The updated XF features a very attractive, driver-focused interior that is spacious and dramatically styled. The interior uses soft forms and premium, authentic finishes. Contrasting colors at eye level and in lower cabin finishes enhance the sense of space inside the car. The new infotainment system features a centrally mounted 11.4-inch HD curved glass touchscreen. The curve is meant to allow the screen to follow the same profile as the instrument panel.
Jag uses open-pore wood veneers and aluminum along with a full-width piano lid across the instrument panel. Interior color choices include Ebony, White Oyster, and Caraway. The R-Dynamic model is also available with Mars Red or Siena Tan interior. The front seats also have wider cushioning and heated and cooled areas for comfort.
Available versions include the XF P250 S RWD, P250 SE RWD, and P300 R-Dynamic SE AWD. The two rear-wheel-drive models feature a 246 horsepower 2.0-liter turbo-four. The R-Dynamic AWD version features a 296 horsepower 2.0-liter turbo-four. Both engines come mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Prices for the P250 S start at $43,995. The P250 SE starts at $47,095, and the sporty P300 R-Dynamic SE starts at $49,995.