2011 Jaguar XJR
The new 2011 2011 jaguar XJ is truly a real Jaguar and a masterful one that possess great style, a certain Earl Gray classiness, a fluidity of grace and form that few cars can carry off. The top-of-the-line 2011 jaguar XJR carries Jaguar’s performance torch with sport-tuned CATS active damping, larger anti-roll bars, 255/40R19 rubber, and Brembo four-wheel discs with four-piston fixed calipers. Supercharged 2011 jaguar XJR engine nets the same 17/24 city/highway EPA fuel mileage. 2011 jaguar XJR is no longer assessed a gas-guzzler tax. Being deceptively quick, 2011 jaguar XJR is a cruel mistress for your driver’s license. Tremendous torque forever tempts right-foot indulgence, promising the rewards of musclecar-caliber acceleration from any speed. Despite wearing 20-inch “dubs,” the ride is surprisingly supple allowing the driver to feel the weight, traction, and feedback from the massive paws.
2011 jaguar XJR is sports car fast in a straight line and not too shabby round the twisty bits. 2011 Jaguar XRJ didn’t have to roll out its design chief to “explain” the styling.
2011 jaguar XJR gets its go power from a 400hp (DIN) supercharged 4.2-litre V8 hooked up to a ZF-sourced six-speed automatic transmission.2011 jaguar XJR is a great blend of traditional traditions and modern modernity. 2011 jaguar XJR achieves a peak horsepower of 390 bph at 6100 rev/min, a 33 percent increase over the normally aspirated variant. At least 86 percent of peak torque is available from 2000 rev/min to a peak of 399 lb ft (SAE) at 3500 rev/min. The supercharged 4.2-liter engine delivers eight percent greater power and five percent more torque than the previous 4.0-liter AJ-V8.Forged, oil-cooled pistons, high fin-density intercoolers and a unique twin fuel pump system are fitted to handle the increased output. The mechanically driven Eaton supercharger has excellent boost characteristics which, combined with twin intercoolers, results in outstanding performance under all driving conditions. 2011 jaguar XJR is lighter than the outgoing model by up to 200kg. The body of 2011 jaguar XJR is significantly stiffer, by 60 per cent, and lighter by 40 per cent than its predecessor.
The strength of its architecture also represents a groundbreaking advance in crashworthiness. The exterior of 2011 jaguar XJR is distinguished by its monochromatic styling, aggressive seven-spoke wheels and classic wire-mesh grille. The supercharged engine at its heart enables it to perform like a sports car, yet 2011 jaguar XJR also turns heads and commands respect in the understated manner of all Jaguar sedans. 2011 Jaguar XJR features a Brembo braking system, designed to match the performance capabilities of this supercharged model. XJR models are also fitted with lightweight steel-braided brake hoses. Brembos monobloc calipers – developed from racing technology and manufactured from single aluminum castings – provide high levels of stiffness and low weight for optimal high-speed braking, while the four piston design facilitates a larger pad area and helps maintain uniform pressure distribution across the pad surfaces. The parking brake has a single-piston floating caliper. 2011 Jaguar XJR recorded stopping distances of 118 ft from 62.5 mph to zero in testing. This was up to 14 percent more efficient than key luxury competitors and is another advantage of the XJ’s lightweight vehicle architecture. Larger, more refined, and more technologically advanced, the big, muscle-flexing cat 2011