Although model year updates are typically underwhelming affairs, Jaguar has been busy this year, subtly but diligently improving its offerings for 2021. Much like the flagship F-Pace SUV, for the next iteration, the XF sedan gains a slew of sporty styling touches in addition to a much-needed interior upgrade.
As part of the refresh, the new XF borrows a number of elements from the F-Type coupe. For instance, it features new front and rear bumpers, all-LED quad headlights, and a reshaped grille. Finished in the optional Black Exterior Pack, the luxury sedan is as refined as ever, but with a noticeably more dynamic appearance. And when it comes to the interior, the 2021 XF has received quite the overhaul. Headlining the update is Jaguar’s all-new Pivi Pro infotainment system, a unit that is three times brighter, 48% larger, and even simpler than its predecessor. But that’s not all — Jaguar has also fitted the XF with some top-notch finishes, including open-pore wood veneers and aluminum, laser-etched speaker frets. Top it off with Active Road Noise Cancellation and premium R-Dynamic sport seats, and you have a driving experience better than ever before. Arriving soon, pricing will be available upon launch.
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