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Jaguar World  |  XK-R 4.2 Owners Guide March 2010  


As the physical process of building cars is
something I fi nd quite fascinating, I’ve
always jumped at any opportunity that’s
come my way to visit a production line to
witness things fi rst hand, the most recent of these
being an invitation to see the new XJ being built.
Given the importance of this car for Jaguar –
completing as it will the thorough overhaul of the
marque’s range in little more than four years – my
visit to Castle Bromwich in January had particular
signifi cance, and the day didn’t disappoint. From
start to fi nish, that is the press shop through to
trim and fi nal, the tour provided a valuable insight
as to the complexities of building an advanced
contemporary luxury saloon. The technical
presentation that followed also revealed more about
the development of the car itself, a process that is
equally complex, plus some previously undisclosed
engineering nuggets.
Amongst others, Andy Dobson, XJ chief
programme engineer, Michelle O’Connor, vehicle
integrity, Tim Clark, technical specialist driving
attributes, Garry Dunne, technical specialist
powertrain sound quality and Peter Davis, technical
manager vehicle dynamics, related how their
respective areas of expertise had been used to
‘tune’ the new XJ’s character, and how that character
has been designed to provide an optimal blend of
refi nement and power. Juggling those
two diff erent and opposing
attributes – essentially
luxury vs sporting
character – is clearly
no simple task, but
if they’ve got it right
the new XJ should
be more engaging
to drive hard than
its predecessor when
conditions allow, yet more
cosseting when it‘s time to cruise.
As for how that will be achieved, we knew about
the new XJ’s adoption of the continually variable
adaptive damping system and passive springs at
the front (air suspension remains at the rear), but
what was also revealed is that the front subframe
is now solid-mounted to the bodyshell.
Jaguar World magazine is an amazing read, it brings together owners of all types of Jaguars, from the classics such as XKs and E-types through to the dynamic range of modern saloons and sports cars. If you like Jaguars then this is the magazine for you.
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3 Customer Reviews
   jaguar Reviewed Sunday, May 3, 2015
Hi I have just purchased a 2002 xjr 100 .great car .just have to sort out how everything works on it lol . original black with black leather seats with Montreal wheels ,looks great and runs the same.i would like any information from other owners ,thank you ,Ray.
   Finding a car Reviewed Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Trying to decide which Jag I want to buy, I really like the old style S Type but having read the reviews I'm going to see if I can get an XK8. Bit of a modern classic and now really quite affordable. So glad I read this mag before jumping in blind
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Great mix of old & new Jags.
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Jaguar World   |   XK-R 4.2 Owners Guide March 2010   


As the physical process of building cars is
something I fi nd quite fascinating, I’ve
always jumped at any opportunity that’s
come my way to visit a production line to
witness things fi rst hand, the most recent of these
being an invitation to see the new XJ being built.
Given the importance of this car for Jaguar –
completing as it will the thorough overhaul of the
marque’s range in little more than four years – my
visit to Castle Bromwich in January had particular
signifi cance, and the day didn’t disappoint. From
start to fi nish, that is the press shop through to
trim and fi nal, the tour provided a valuable insight
as to the complexities of building an advanced
contemporary luxury saloon. The technical
presentation that followed also revealed more about
the development of the car itself, a process that is
equally complex, plus some previously undisclosed
engineering nuggets.
Amongst others, Andy Dobson, XJ chief
programme engineer, Michelle O’Connor, vehicle
integrity, Tim Clark, technical specialist driving
attributes, Garry Dunne, technical specialist
powertrain sound quality and Peter Davis, technical
manager vehicle dynamics, related how their
respective areas of expertise had been used to
‘tune’ the new XJ’s character, and how that character
has been designed to provide an optimal blend of
refi nement and power. Juggling those
two diff erent and opposing
attributes – essentially
luxury vs sporting
character – is clearly
no simple task, but
if they’ve got it right
the new XJ should
be more engaging
to drive hard than
its predecessor when
conditions allow, yet more
cosseting when it‘s time to cruise.
As for how that will be achieved, we knew about
the new XJ’s adoption of the continually variable
adaptive damping system and passive springs at
the front (air suspension remains at the rear), but
what was also revealed is that the front subframe
is now solid-mounted to the bodyshell.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Jaguar World magazine print subscription.
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