|Jaguar XFR '10|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 5|
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Engine||5.0-liter DOHC V8 SC|
|Max Power||502 HP|
|Max Torque||461.4 ft-lb|
|0-60 Mph||4.9 seconds|
|Weight||1,960 kilograms (4,300 lb)|
"The ultimate mid-class saloon with a touch of luxury."
The XF series appeared as the middle class sedan successor to the S type. And the most powerful version of this lineup that appeared at the January 2009 Detroit Motor Show, is the XFR.
The new SL, direct injection V8 engine developed completely in house is fitted with twin superchargers to produce 503 GP/460.7 ft-lb torque. Obviously its 0-62 mph acceleration of 4.9 seconds puts it well into the top ranks of middle class sedans. In addition, its CO2 output has been greatly reduced in comparison to previous models. The R model is also given a special "Dynamic Mode". When this driving mode is selected with a button on the console, the accelerator response becomes sharp, the exhaust note becomes accented, and stability controls are cut out; making the car ready to fight. And as the name implies, this mode allows "Dynamic" driving performance.
The electronically controlled suspension developed in conjunction with Bilstein shows smooth footwork regardless of driving mode, and provided a drive feel befitting a Jaguar 4 door sedan.
On the exterior of the R is a special bumper and meshed front grill, and a hood with an air scoop. The interior combines aluminum decorative panels and soft grain leathers, making it sporty but till producing that luxurious feel.
The Jaguar XFR '10 is a Standard car, but it is rarely, if ever, found in the Used Car Dealership. It can, however, be won from the Professional level of the Top Gear Test Track Special Event. But if you are lucky enough to find this car at the Used Car Dealership, you can buy it for 120,000 Credits. It is a Level 9 car.
- Despite being listed as a 2010 vehicle, the Jaguar XFR '10 is considered a Standard car for unknown reasons, as opposed to the traditional Premium. This is probably due to Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi wanting the XFR to appear in Gran Turismo 5 but does not have enough time to make it Premium, as it would push back the game's release date, thus making it Standard instead.