2019 Jaguar XJ50 Revealed At The 2018 Beijing Motor Show

Posted: Apr 26 2018, 8:35am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
2019 Jaguar XJ50 Revealed at the 2018 Beijing Motor Show
  • New Jaguar XJ50 marks half a century of the flagship luxury saloon

The 2019 Jaguar XJ50 is in Celebration of its Genre’s 50th Anniversary. New XJ50 commemorates eight generations of innovation in performance, technology and luxury.

Jaguar is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its luxury sedan, the XJ. The fashionable and novel model vehicle is termed the XJ50. By now, over eight generations of XJ vehicles have been driven by satisfied customers.

The wheelbase is long in the XJ50. It will either have a 340 hp V6 engine beneath the hood or a 470 hp V8 engine in its place. The former has all or rear wheel drive in it. The latter though only comes in rear wheel drive.

This vehicle was showcased for the very first time at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show. Its front bumper has an elegance of its own. This counts for the rear bumper as well.

The black grille is shiny and new. There are unique badges on the side vents. As for the alloy wheels, they measure 20 inches across. Their color is gloss black diamond.

The car comes in four colors: red, black, white and blue. The lack of the color green in the set of choices remains an enigma though.

The company logos exist on the armrests. As for the seats, they are diamond quilted. The car is a tribute to one of the major automobile giants that have built a place for itself in the world.

2019 Jaguar XJ50 is designed, engineered and manufactured in the UK and exported to 100 countries. The new Jaguar XJ50 is priced £74,280 in the UK and it is available to order now.

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