/Jaguar XF Diesel by Loder1899

Jaguar XF Diesel by Loder1899

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Bavarian tuner Loder1899 released an new package for one of the finest British saloons ever made, the Jaguar XF. It is the V6 Diesel version of the car they have picked to modify, and they have given it not only a visual makeover, but also a couple of extra horses.

The visual modifications begin with the front apron and continues with a carbon fiber diffuser and a boot lid spoiler. It is the little details though that set this car apart. The grille is blacked-out, and so are the headlights, hood vents, front intakes, and the taillights. The side mirrors and side vents are also finished in black, and the windows are tinted. Even the Jaguar badges are blacked-out.

Then we have the wheels, a set of 21-inch rims with 255 tires, also finished in black. The choice of wheels is, of course, yours. You can put 18 to 21-inch wheels on this car.

As for the engine, the standard V6 Diesel S makes 275 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. It is one of the best diesel engines in this class. What Loder does is tweak it further. they have managed to extract 310 horsepower and 680 Nm of torque out of it, and that results in a 0 to 100 km/h time of 6.2 seconds, which is 0.2 seconds faster than the standard car.

Loder also offers a 4,600 Euro sport exhaust system with four tailpipes, giving the diesel Jag the bark of a sports car.

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