2014 Jaguar XJ Announced with Enhanced Interior and Technology

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Jaguar has announced that the XJ sedan will feature a number technological upgrades and interior improvements for the 2014 model year.
Updates introduced across the entire lineup include 18-inch Manra lightweight forged alloy wheels, a new center armrest, soft closing door technology, a revised entertainment system with two high-resolution touchscreens, and an optional Meridian Reference Audio System featuring Conversation Assist.

Moving on to the long wheelbase models, Jaguar has added twin “airline” style reclining seats with massage function, function, increased headroom, fold-out business tables, and a re-tuned rear suspension set-up for improved rear seat ride comfort.

As expected, the engine lineup will be carried over from the 2013 model year, but the entry-level 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine has gained the company’s Intelligent Stop/Start system as standard.

“The 2014 XJ represents the summit of Jaguar’s luxury saloon range. The XJ’s unparalleled breadth of talent combines class-leading levels of luxury, comfort and performance with the elegant, contemporary design for which Jaguar is renowned,” said Adrian Hallmark, global brand director at Jaguar.
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