Jaguar Introduces XF Black Pack

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Jaguar is constantly making steps forward, releasing new automotive creations that come to strengthen its position on the market and even coming up with radical concepts, such as the C-X75, an eco hypercar that was released at this year’s Paris Auto Show.

Now, the company is staying true to its reputation of a refined automotive producer, releasing an enhancement package for the XF saloon. Jaguar’s British division is offering the Black Pack, a factory kit that comes to improve the XF’s exterior using a moderate approach.

The new option can be chosen for the XF diesel, XF V8 5.0 and XFR models. Ticking this box on the optional extras list means that your XF will be dressed in one of the special colors available, ride on 20-inch Draco lightweight alloy rims receiving a gloss black grille and window trim.

Speaking of colors, Jaguar allows customers to choose from a wide range of exterior finish for the vehicle, with the list including Polaris White, Spectrum Blue, Ultimate Black, Stratus Grey, Lunar Grey and Liquid Silver, as well as the Kyanite Blue and Salsa Red, which are only available for the XFR beast.

And the fun doesn’t end here. The new Black Pack, can also be combined with the previously-introduced Aerodynamic Pack on the Diesel S models. We’ll remind you that the latter includes a redesigned front fascia that comes with a more aggressive appearance, a front grille that uses black mesh inserts, as well as XFR side sills.
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