2010 Jaguar XJ

Wednesday, November 14, 2007 | Labels: | |

An updated version of the current model, the 2010 XJ’s wheelbase will remain virtually identical, so improvements in space will come from mounting the rear seats lower. Major updates will be made to the dashboard, with a facia modelled on the XF’s.

Under the hood there will be a revised version of the 3.0-litre V6 and th top model, R, will be powered by a 500bhp 5.0-litre supercharged V8. Hybrid version is also in the work. All engines are mated to Jaguar’s latest six-speed automatic box, complete with steering wheel-mounted paddles. The XJ will also have a new damping system similar to Audi’s Magnetic Ride.


  1. Unknown says:

    The new XF is not only a beautiful machine inside and out but on the road, I don't believe it has an equal. It is also the easiest to operate, from the Navigation to the Memory Seating, couldn't be any easier. From a styling and technological standpoint, that is the direction Jaguar is headed. Ian Callum is their Chief Designer and he knows a good thing when he sees it. HOORAY for Jaguar!!!!

  2. Unknown says:

    Sorry, I left this part out. Expect any changes to the XJ to carry the same DNA as the XK/XF styling.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sorry, don't have a Google ID or whatever. Owen here from the UK.
    In my opinion, it is better looking than the XF, more aggressive looking, more Jag-like.
    I know they'll fit the cheap plastic grille but that's a huge mistake, and the boot badge needs to be a 'Growler' not a Leaper.
    Other than that, I'd buy it in an instant.