Posted on: Apr 13, 2011
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Jaguar Debuts Designer Edition in Amsterdam

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.

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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).

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