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Arden gives Jag XF 372kW claws

2008-05-14 08:14
Arden, the German based Jaguar tuner, has engineered an aftermarket styling and engine package for the striking new Jaguar XF.

The Arden AJ 21 features a new front apron and larger radiator grill finished in handmade stainless steel mesh. You'll also see the famous leaping Jaguar adorning the middle of the bonnet again, a Jaguar trademark sadly missing on the standard XF.

Air-flow is improved by virtue of the larger grille, with aerodynamic lift reduced on the front-axle thanks to the redesigned front apron, aiding high-speed stability.

Revised side-sills improve air-flow and cooling efficiency to the rear brake, whilst the rear styling is enhanced with a boot lid spoiler and stability aiding diffuser.

Rolling on bespoke 21-inch Arden 'Sportline' mags, the 4.2-litre, supercharged V8 produces 372kW after Arden technicians have increased capacity to 4.5-litres, ensuring optimal performance.


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