Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled the 2021 facelift Jaguar XF which comes with an enhanced exterior design, a completely new interior design and efficient engines with mild-hybrid capability. The 2021 Jaguar XF powered by the Ingenium series engine and new technical updates will enable the brand to compete with the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E Class and the Audi A6, when it comes to India next year.
In terms of the exterior design and styling, Jaguar has revamped the front fascia with a new bumper that comes with revised air intakes that are wider giving the new XF a low squatting and wide stance than before. The radiator grille has also been refreshed with a new a wider mesh and chrome studded elements giving the Jaguar XF a more aggressive and imposing look. The headlights have also been revised and the 2021 XF comes with full-LED headlamps with ‘Pixel’ adaptive LEDs and integrated ‘Double J’ daytime running lights. The new XF also comes with new gill vents and a new design alloy wheels. The rear also comes with a new sportier bumper with a built-in contrast coloured valance.
On the interiors, the dashboard has been completely refreshed with an all-new design and new features with added equipment. The dashboard features a new tactile feel and more driver-focussed controls. The new dash fascia comes with a centrally-mounted 11.4-inch curved-glass HD touchscreen infotainment system with Pivi Pro in magnesium alloy casing, a new 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display with enhanced graphics and a configurable layout, new open-pore wood veneers and aluminium finishers, laser-etched mid-line speaker frets, a new Drive Selector with Cricket Ball stitching, increased storage areas, new seats with wider cushioning, new massage functions and enhanced coverage of the heated and cooling areas. The dashboard also incorporates a wireless device charger with phone signal booster in select markets. The new Jaguar XF also features Cabin Air Ionisation, PM2.5 filtration, clear sight mirrors and segment-first Active Road Noise Cancellation technology.
The new Jaguar XF and XF Sportbrake are powered by a range of Ingenium four-cylinder petrol and next-generation diesel engines with the diesel engines powered by MHEV technology. The XF comes with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine that makes 250 PS of power with a Rear-wheel driveline and optional All-wheel drive. The second petrol option is a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol that makes 300 PS of power and comes with an AWD drivetrain and a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine with MHEV technology that makes 204 PS of power and option of RWD and AWD drivetrains. All engines are matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission.