Date:21 October 2014
High-performance powertrains, styling, technological prowess and the cachet that comes with a sporting pedigree have long been part of the Jaguar mystique. Now you can add to that efficiency.
The Jaguar XE’s drag coefficient of 0,26 makes it the most aerodynamic of the breed, ever. And besides being uncommonly slippery, it’s also the lightest and stiffest Jaguar saloon yet. But that doesn’t mean they’ve forgotten the traditional Jaguar virtues. The range-topping S model shown at the XE’s London launch features a supercharged 3,0-litre V6 that develops 250 kW and 450 N.m and reaches 100 km/h in around 5 seconds from standstill.
Read more about the Jaguar XE here.
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