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Jaguar XKR 5.0L Convertible by Arden

Arden Jaguar XKR 5.0 front at Jaguar XKR 5.0L Convertible by Arden

As the official tuner of the Jaguar, Arden finally revealed their tweaked XKR which comes with a few aesthetic changes garnished with chrome and steel, magnificent 21 inch rims, Bilstein suspension kit, new diffuser, a new exhaust system with four tailpipes and a swell soundtrack and last but not least an increase of 30hp and 50 nm in power.

Press Release

As part of the Oldtimer Grand Prix taking place at Nürburgring, Arden is putting the new Jaguar XKR 5.0L on show.

The 2010 Jaguar XKR 5.0L model only needed slight modification due to its modelling on the Arden AJ20 Coupe design introduced at the International Automobile Fair (IAA.)in 2005. This, alongside the various well known 9×21” sportline alloy wheels, the new 5.0L possesses a redesigned chassis, which was developed in collaboration with Bilstein and improves the driving dynamics and agility of the wild cat. The special high performance stainless steel exhaust system with sport catalytics guarantees not only increases performance and improves handling at low speeds, but also has an out-of-this world sound. The four pipe system is rounded-off with the well known AJ20 Wild Cat Heck plus diffuser.

The front of the newest XKR is aesthetically improved through a specially hand-worked and chrome-plated stainless steel grill. These, along with the Arden badge with patented security fixing let the sportsman shine with a new glory.

For those who aren’t satisfied by 510bhp and a 250km/h top speed, we offer not only a performance increase of roughly 30bhp and 50Nm but also the accompanying V-Max suspension and a speedometer increased to 320km/h.

Anyone who wants to see the newest Jaguar from Arden close-up can do so from the 7th to the 9th of August in the Motosportcenter at Nürburgring.

Arden Jaguar XKR 5.0 rear at Jaguar XKR 5.0L Convertible by Arden

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