The pricing of its 2010 model year lineup was lately announced by Jaguar which consist of brand new models like the XFR super-saloon and the XKR Coupe and Convertible. These cars were introduced last month at the Detroit Auto Show together with an upgraded XF and beautified XK range. The price for the 2010 XF begins at $52,000.
An upgrade to the XF Premium level that comes with the new 5.0-liter AD-V8 Gen II V8 will increase pricing to $57,000.
Included in the price premium are bi-xenon headlight, a blind spot monitor, and rearward-looking camera. At the top of the range is the latest XFR with 510hp (380kW) supercharged variant of the new V8 and a price tag of $80.000.
Special features include modified bumpers and lower front intakes, sill extensions, hood louvers and grills, four tailpipes, spoiler mounted on the trunk and 20-inch alloys.
For an additional $4,000 a Portfolio Pack for the XF is also offered. Additions in this package include 16-way adaptable front seats, leather stitching with contrasts, and a new suede cloth high-grade headliner.
The 2010 XK will have an $83,000 sticker price for the Coupe and $89,000 for the Convertible version. The regular XK variants are powered by a 385hp (287kW) 5.01 V8 married to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The XKR Coupe will come with a $96,000 sticker price and the Convertible fetches a hefty $102,000 price tag, and both will be powered by a 510hp (380kW) unit.
The latest 2010 XF and XR ranges highlight numerous standard luxury elements such as navigation, heated front seats and satellite radio. The cars will begin deliveries in the middle of 2009.