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XJ delivers the comfort and refinement of a luxury car with the responsiveness and driver involvement of a sports car.


XJ’s all‑aluminium body architecture is strong, extremely rigid and very light. Riveted, and without a single welded joint, the 100 percent aluminium monocoque chassis and body structure makes this the lightest car in its class.

The excellent power‑to‑weight ratio improves all aspects of performance and the monocoque construction offers increased rigidity for improved handling as well as excellent safety benefits.


XJ is driven by a choice of exceptional engines built to satisfy different driving requirements but always ensuring outstanding performance. All models feature an 8-speed transmission for whisper smooth gear changes, delivering a more responsive ride and fuel economy benefits.


Engine Acceleration 0‑100kph
in secs
Max Speed kph Torque Nm Urban l/100km Combined l/100km/ CO2 Emissions g/km
V6 TURBOCHARGED AUTO (RWD) 3.0 litre Diesel (300PS)8‑Speed TransmissionBUILD YOUR OWN 6.2 250 700 7.0 5.7 149
V6 SUPERCHARGED AUTO (RWD) 3.0 litre Petrol (340PS)8‑Speed TransmissionBUILD YOUR OWN 5.9 250 450 12.5 9.1 211
V8 SUPERCHARGED AUTO (RWD) 5.0 litre Petrol (510PS)8‑Speed TransmissionBUILD YOUR OWN 4.9 250 625 16.2 11.1 264
V8 SUPERCHARGED AUTO (RWD) 5.0 litre Pterol (575PS)8‑Speed TransmissionBUILD YOUR OWN 4.4 300 700 16.2 11.1 264

*All figures are provisional and subject to official confirmation



Adaptive Dynamics continually monitors the car up to 500 times a second, varying the damping to suit the conditions. These continual adjustments help keep XJ flat and stable, improving control without loss of ride comfort.


XJ’s 8‑speed Automatic Transmission is controlled by the JaguarDrive Selector, which rises into your hand once the “Start” button is pressed. JaguarDrive Control offers two driving modes – Dynamic Mode provides more responsive acceleration and Winter Mode delivers more progressive control in slippery conditions.


XJR575’s driving dynamics are assisted by Electronic Active Differential with Torque Vectoring by Braking. This technology enables fine control of power delivery, maximising traction and limiting the occurrence of wheelspin. Working with the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and ABS systems, this allows you to fully exploit the thrilling performance of XJR575.


Jaguar’s unique All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) is a low‑speed cruise control, operating between 3.6km/h and 30km/h. It helps XJ to cope with low traction situations whatever the weather and allows drivers to concentrate on steering the vehicle. The system also has a pull‑away function allowing XJ to move away from rest on slippery surfaces, as well as a hill descent function that controls vehicle speed on steeper inclines.

XJ is Jaguar's pinnacle saloon car. The perfect combination of cutting‑edge technology, sporting vehicle dynamics, and opulent luxury. Create your perfect XJ with our configurator.

*The figures provided are as a result of official manufacturer’s tests in accordance with EU
legislation. For comparison purposes only. Real world figures may differ. CO2 and fuel economy
figures may vary according to wheel fitment and optional extras fitted.

†Engine data has not been re-certified in 2018. Data shown conforms to the 2017 certification.


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Fuel consumption figures reflect laboratory testing in accordance with the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). These figures are provided for comparison amongst vehicles only. Actual fuel consumption will generally differ under real world driving conditions, and will vary depending on individual factors such as (but not limited to) driving styles and vehicle, road, traffic and weather conditions.