2013 Jaguar XFR with new Speed Pack gets faster
Jaguar is trying to revitalize their core range to “reinvigorate the brand” and has introduced a new Speed Pack at the Moscow Motor Show for the 2013 XFR. The all-new Speed Pack will make the already powerful XFR sports saloon even faster. The new performance enhancements will produce a higher top speed from the previous 155 mph to 174 mph.
Global Brand Director Adrian Hallmark revealed at the Moscow Motor Show, that the new 2013 Jaguar XFR Speed Pack car is equipped with revised engine and gearbox calibration to match the increased top speed. A new front aero splitter and a new rear wing give the Speed Pack car increased stability at those high speeds. The new XFR Speed Pack also includes suspension enhancements.
The Jaguar XFR is already the range-topping model in the XF sports sedan lineup and will try to compete with the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG and 2013 BMW M5 just introduced back into the U.S. The XFR gets more aggressive exterior treatments with a front fascia with large air intakes and a wire mesh grille, functional hood vents, quad exhaust pipes, and 20-inch wheels covering larger cross-drilled rotors.