- 39,700 Miles
- Year Built: 2011(61)
Here we have the Amazing and Renowned, Face lift Jaguar XKR-S Coupe, 5.0 Supercharged V8, 8 Speed Automatic, finished in Undoubtedly the best (Launch) colour for this model, highly sought after French Racing Blue with Black with Blue Pin Stripe Leather SVR Bucket Seats. First Registered 23rd September 2011 (61 Registration), 39,700 Miles and as with most cars of this type 7 owners from new (Last owner purchased as an approved used Jaguar in Feb 2017).
Produced in limited numbers, at the time the lairiest and most expensive production Jaguar Costing Nearly £100,000 New! Face-lifted and Unveiled at Geneva in 2011. Jaguar’s 5.0 Supercharged V8 Producing 550Ps (542 Bhp. 502 LB/FT (602Nm))(Up 39Bhp/41Lb ft over the XKR) Along with a host of aerodynamic and chassis changes (Read Reviews/ See video below). 0-60 is 4.2 Seconds, and Top Speed limited to 186 Mph. Interior was overhauled with the Bucket seats now seen in the SVO/SVR vehicles.
Very High Standard Spec, including –
- XKR-S Body Styling with unique Aerodynamics, Bumpers, Spoiler, Grilles and Side Skirts
- Carbon Exterior Garnish Pack
- 20in Vulcan Alloy Wheels, Forged and Lightweight, Dark Technical Grey Finish
- Red Performance Brake Calipers
- Adaptive Sports Exhaust
- Dynamic Drive Mode Select
- Active Sports Differential
- Bi-Xenon Adaptive Headlights with LED Daytime Running Lights
- LED Rear Lights
- Recaro Black Leather Jaguar Performance Sports Bucket Seats
- Electric 16-way Adjustable Front Seats with Memory
- Heated Front Seats
- Colour Multi Media System
- Satellite Navigation
- Bowers and Wilkins Sound System
- DAB Digital Radio
- Bluetooth Phone Integration
- Reverse Parking Camera
- Reverse Parking Sensors
- Multi Function Sports Steering Wheel
- Cruise Control
- Dual Digital Climate Control with Air Conditioning
- Electric Folding Mirrors
- Keyless Entry with Push Button Start
- Electric Windows
- Auto Lights/Wipers
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Jaguar Service History (bar 1 specialist), Serviced Aug 12 at 1,319 Miles, Sept 13 at 5,875 Miles, Aug 14 at 15,581 Miles, Sept 15 at 26,151 (Specialist), April 16 at 31,017 Miles, Jan 17 at 35,009 Miles, Mar 18 at 37,404 Miles and most recently serviced July 2019 at 39,571 Miles. Jaguar 165 Point Approved Used car check carried out in February 2017 at 35,073 Miles.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
Something with a £97,000 price, as much power as the XJ220 (542bhp if you’re asking) and a colour scheme reminiscent of a GT Porsche. The 39bhp increase over the standard XKR comes from ECU changes and a new active exhaust, Torque is increased by 41lb ft.
The front and rear aerodynamic enhancements are apparently required to maintain contact with the ground at the XKR-S’s higher top speed: an electronically governed 186mph.
In the cabin you get new trim materials, mainly in dark grey and soft-to-the-touch suede or polished leather, although the flashes of piano blacks and carbon-fibre effects are subtle. Electronic sports seats are comfortable and supportive and the steering wheel adjusts for reach and height. Standard kit includes A touch-screen interface sits in the centre of the dash, cruise control, air-conditioning, iPod compatibility and a deafening Bowers & Wilkins stereo.
There’s little doubting the intent of the XKR-S, even with the engine off. Those basking-shark nacelles on the front are designed to channel air down the side of the coachwork to increase directional stability. Pumped-up sills, a big rear spoiler, kohl-black bonnet slots and an extended front splitter help to reduce overall lift by up to a quarter. And in French racing blue it looks the business.
Changes to the chassis mirror those previewed on the limited-run Edition 75. The XKR-S rides lower than the standard car, with new aluminium-alloy front uprights and revised suspension geometry, a new aluminium steering knuckle, as well as software revisions for the dynamic stability control and active differential. There are 28 percent stiffer spring rates and dampers, and mean-looking 20-inch wheels. Behind them reside simply massive steel-and-aluminium monobloc brake calipers, with larger friction pads and huge vented discs.
This Bridgend-built, quad-cam, 32-valve V8 sports direct fuel injection and has all the bells and whistles of a modern emissions reduction, but that big Roots blower nestling in the V shouts another intent. There’s 542bhp at a bellowing 6,000rpm, but it’s the 502lb ft of torque that does the real work, even if you can’t help but visit the 6,500rpm red line every so often to listen to the cacophony. The bare figures are a top speed of 186mph and 0-60mph in 4.2sec, with a Combined fuel consumption of 23mpg and 292g/km CO2 emissions, which is surprisingly good for this class of car. The six-speed ZF automatic transmission is so good you really doubt the purpose of a manual gearbox on a car such as this. The auto is the only version, but it changes so fast and with such precision via steering wheel paddles there is no penalty.