The hot new XFR-S will make its global debut on the famous Goodwood Hill tomorrow. 
Jaguar’s fastest ever sports sedan will be driven up the Hill by 1988 Le Mans 24-Hour 
race winner Andy Wallace.
First shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show last November last, the stunning XFR-S will be joined at the Goodwood Festival of Speed press day by heroes of Jaguar’s sporting past.  A ‘62 Jaguar Mk. II prepared by Jaguar Heritage Racing, and a ‘54 ‘short nose’ Jaguar D-Type – chassis No.1 and itself a development prototype – will be displayed by the Jaguar Heritage Trust.

Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar Global Brand Director said: “I’m delighted that Jaguar is able to present the XFR-S in action for the first time in the UK, and that a Jaguar motorsport hero will be behind the wheel. The crowd at Goodwood will have a unique opportunity to see and hear the ultimate expression of seductive Jaguar design and sporting performance in the XFR-S – well in advance of first deliveries to customers this summer.”

Jaguar’s XFR-S is capable of sprinting from zero to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds and has
an electronically-limited top speed of 186 mph. It’s 5.0-liter supercharged V8
produces 550 horsepower, yet with no impact on fuel consumption and emissions
compared with the XFR model.

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