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2021 Jaguar XF

The XF sedan is getting some pretty significant updates both inside and out with the car's 2021 refresh. Drawing inspiration from the F-Type coupe, the new XF gets a sportier look with slim, all-LED quad headlights, a reshaped grille, and an optional Black Exterior Pack with its gloss black elements that give the luxury sedan a more aggressive fit and finish. The XF P300 R-DYNAMIC SE AWD has a more performance-focused look with gloss black finishing on the lower air intakes, lower front bumper, upper rear valance, and grille tips in Shadow Atlas. 

The biggest update is the interior, which receives a number of luxurious upgrades and an all-new infotainment system. These updates include a selection of new finishes such as open-pore wood veneers, aluminum, laser-etched speaker frets, a new JaguarDrive gear selector with cricket-ball stitching, an 11.4", magnesium-wrapped HD touchscreen display, JLR's new Pivi Pro infotainment system, Active Road Noise Cancellation, a wireless charger, a 12-speaker Meridian sound system, and R-Dynamic sport seats in the AWD model.

As for power, the new XF will come in a 246 hp variant with a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine with rear-wheel-drive and a 296 hp variant with the same engine and all-wheel-drive. Both models feature an 8-speed transmission and Comfort, Eco, Rain/Ice/Snow, and Dynamic driving modes, which can now be selected via a new dedicated rotary dial.

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