COMFORT AND DYNAMISM
With its superior ride comfort and outstanding sport handling, XF delivers a breadth of exhilarating driving experiences.
RIDE & HANDLING
XF responds with agility and performs with dynamism while always maintaining ride comfort. This is thanks, in part, to XF's light, yet exceptionally strong and stiff, Lightweight Aluminium Architecture. It’s the ideal platform for the sophisticated front double wishbone and rear Integral Link suspension systems and gives XF the spirit of a sports car.
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Strong and light aluminium components make up XF’s sophisticated front and rear suspension systems. At the front, a double wishbone suspension structure, similar to F-TYPE’s, ensures class-leading handling. An Integral Link suspension system at the rear provides stiffness to support handling, improve ride quality even further and extend XF’s breadth of dynamic capability.
Ingenium is Jaguar Land Rover's new breed of engine designed for effortless performance, refinement and efficiency. With advanced technology and all-aluminium construction Ingenium delivers impressively low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
XF's 2.0 litre 4 cylinder Turbocharged Ingenium Petrol engines deliver outstanding usable power and torque. With their lightweight design and widespread use of low-friction roller bearings, they are built for smooth, highly efficient performance.
Ingenium technology underpins three of the diesel engines in the XF range. These low friction, all-aluminium engines have stiff cylinder blocks and twin balancer shafts to ensure inherently low levels of vibration, for smooth day–to–day performance. All engines are equipped with Stop/Start technology and smart regenerative charging – harvesting kinetic energy from braking to charge the battery – for maximum economy, especially during urban driving.
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ALL SURFACE PROGRESS CONTROL
Unique to this class of car, Jaguar’s All Surface Progress Control (ASPC)2 gives you added confidence in slippery conditions – whether starting from a snowy driveway, driving on an icy incline, or even towing on wet grass. ASPC is a low-speed cruise control that helps XF overcome low traction situations, whatever the weather, allowing you to concentrate on steering.
Inspired by the F-TYPE sports car, the optional Configurable Dynamics3 system allows you to set up XF's dynamics for throttle mapping, gearbox shift points and steering to suit your performance driving needs. It’s activated when Dynamic Mode is selected in JaguarDrive Control. Dynamic Mode enlivens XF's sporting character, sharpening throttle response, increasing steering weighting and performing gearshifts more quickly and at higher engine speeds. When optional Adaptive Dynamics is fitted, you can make your setting even more personal by configuring the damper settings.
Whether you're accelerating on the motorway, cornering on country roads or navigating around town, Adaptive Dynamics3 modifies XF's response to match the conditions and your driving style. The system constantly adjusts the dampers to provide the optimum balance between poise and comfort at all times.
Jaguar's contemporary award-winning design, advanced driving dynamics and state-of-the-art in-car infotainment set XF apart from the competition. Use our configurator to create your perfect XF.
1Standard on XF Sportbrake. Not available on XF Sedan.
2Optional feature. Standard on XF S.
Fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures are determined by testing under standardised laboratory conditions to comply with ADR 81/02 and ADR 79/04. These figures should only be used for the purpose of comparison amongst vehicles. Actual figures will generally differ under real world driving conditions and will vary depending on factors such as (but not limited to) driving style, vehicle’s equipment and road, traffic and weather condition.