Jaguar has revealed what they call the Designer Edition for both their XF and XJ sedans at Holland's AutoRAI expo. Each of the cars is powered by the automaker's 3.0-liter V6 and is painted in what they call Stratus Grey London with tan leather interior and a piano black trim. The XF also includes bi-xenon headlights, 19-inch wheels finished in either grey or black, a heated leather steering wheel, heated sport seats, and even a heated windshield all round off the package.
The XJ will include an infotainment system with Bowers & Wilkins audio, a high-def dual-view touchscreen and TV tuner, and a leather headliner. Production will be limited to 20 units for each model and the XF will run for €77,790 ($110,000) and the XF will cost €121,290 ($171,000).