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Jaguar XJL Neiman Marcus Edition Sold Out

After two weeks ago British luxury car manufacturer Jaguar was announcing that a limited run of the 2010 Jaguar XJ is to be included in the Christmas Book, the Supercharged Neiman Marcus Edition sold out in just four hours and four minutes since it became available for ordering.

According to the manufacturer, the sale took place on October 6, when all the 50 units sold for a price tag set at $105,000. The special edition was the third Jaguar to have been featured in the Neiman Marcus Christmas book, following the XKE Grand Touring Coupe in 1968 and more recently, the 1997 Jaguar XK8 Convertible.

"Being a part of The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book is a spectacular way to launch the Jaguar XJ, one of the most anticipated new luxury cars in the market this year," said Richard Beattie, Executive Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Jaguar North America.

"Designed to attract the clientele of Neiman Marcus as well as automotive enthusiasts, the Neiman Marcus XJ Supercharged is unique and intelligent. It demonstrates our commitment to producing beautiful, fast cars that offer luxury, performance and first rate quality," added Beattie.

The 2010 Jaguar XJL Supercharged Neiman Marcus Edition sold along with a five-piece set of matching Jaguar luggage in navy blue leather. The 50 cars will be covered in an exclusive Celestial Black metallic paint exterior and a custom butter-soft navy and ivory leather interior with Zebrano matte wood accents.

Powering the car will be Jaguar’s new 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine, that develops 375kW (510 hp), mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters behind the leather-clad steering wheel.


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