The first generation of the Jaguar XF with the internal model code "X250" has been in production since 2007. At the end of 2011 the XF received a facelift. Since November 2012, the "Sportbrake" station wagon variant has also been available. Production was discontinued in autumn 2015.
The Jaguar XF with the code designation X250 was presented as the successor to the S-Type at the IAA Frankfurt in autumn 2007. The XF is the first model with the new design language of Ian Cullum. In the old Jaguar tradition it used the platform of its predecessor, but had significantly improved aerodynamics and revised engines. For the first time Jaguar offered a full range of diesel engines. Following the 2012 facelift, there was even a station wagon version.
Jeremy Clarkson did not go as far as to say the XF-R was better than the M5, "but it's as good as". There would be no more praise coming from his mouth.
The second generation of the XF (internal: Jaguar X260) was available from autumn 2015.
- 01 Engine
- 02 Gearbox
- 04 Cooling system
- 05 Engine controls
- 06 Fuel injection and air filter
- 07 Fuel system
- 08 Front suspension
- 09 Manifold and exhaust system
- 10 Steering
- 11 Rear suspension and differential
- 12 Braking system
- 13 Road wheels
- 14 Electrics, ignition system, heating, air conditioning and dashboard
- 15 Body panels
- 16 Bumpers
- 17 Radiator grille
- 18 Body fittings and mouldings
- 19 Glass and glazing, mirrors and rubber seals
- 20 Interior trim
- 21 Competition parts and accessories