Power comes from a familiar 5.0-liter supercharged V8. That’s the same engine found in the XFR-S Jaguar debuted during the L.A. Auto Show late last year.
That also means the XJR will probably be able to skip the gas guzzler tax by using engine start-stop technology. While Jaguar didn’t talk about that in today’s release, it did say the car will use a bespoke chassis and gain aerodynamic enhancements.
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