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Jaguar XKR-S 2011

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Ian Callum, Design Director, Jaguar Cars: “The styling of this car isn’t about image, it’s about true performance. Like other iconic Jaguars before it, the styling has been driven by geometry and aerodynamics for genuine design purity. The physics required to achieve 300km/h have led the aesthetic; if you don’t like the way it looks, you probably won’t like the way it drives either.”

The first Jaguar designed entirely under the aegis of Design Director Ian Callum, the XK has received awards worldwide for its elegant appearance. Now further styling changes keep the XKR-S at the forefront of modern sports car design. Slimmer, LED headlights, a more compact main air intake and vertical side power vent all contribute to a more purposeful front-end appearance. At the rear of the car the famous Jaguar ‘Leaper’ now takes pride of place in the centre of the bootlid.

The XKR-S also required aerodynamic modifications to achieve its 300km/h top speed in the unruffled manner expected of a Jaguar and has been designed solely with an eye for purity of line and singularity of purpose. As the XKR-S approaches its top speed, there is a requirement to channel air cleanly over, around and under the car in order to maintain stability and ensure balanced downforce front and rear. An overall reduction in lift of 26 per cent has been achieved.

Russ Varney, Chief Programme Engineer, XK: “With the XKR-S we have exploited the inherent capabilities of the aluminium architecture to its fullest extent to create a track-capable performance derivative extending all of the car’s attributes in the performance envelope and delivering an irresistible ‘smile of satisfaction’ response from the driver.”

The AJ-V8, now in its third generation and with the addition of supercharging, the all-aluminium quad-cam powerplant delivers not only performance but also efficiency thanks to the technologies incorporated into it, including spray-guided direct injection (SGDI) and dual independent variable cam timing (DIVCT).
Fuel is delivered directly to the centre of the combustion chambers at a pressure of up to 150bar by the centrally-mounted six-hole spray-guided injection system in order to maximise fuel-air mixing and improve responsiveness, particularly at low speeds. It has also allowed an increase in compression ratio from 9.1:1 to 9.5:1 to improve fuel economy while multiple injections reduce the warm up phase to increase catalyst efficiency and reduce emissions.
Like the car itself, the AJ-V8 features aluminium architecture with the high pressure die-cast lightweight block augmented by cast iron liners and cross-bolted main bearing caps which contribute to refinement to match its power. The four-valve cylinder heads are now constructed from recycled aluminium to reduce the environmental impact of engine manufacture.
The surfeit of power produced by this system meant that it was a relatively simple matter to liberate an extra 40PS and 55Nm over the standard XKR. Remapping the engine’s fuelling characteristics and increasing exhaust gas flow through the use of an active exhaust system has lifted total output of the 5.0-litre V8 to 550PS and 680Nm. This is the most powerful Jaguar road engine ever made and allows the XKR-S to hit 60mph in 4.2 seconds and reach the magical 300km/h barrier with ease.

The XKR-S is equipped as standard with Jaguar’s High Performance Braking System. Lighter and more powerful, this features cast iron and part aluminium monobloc calipers for a combination of power, stability and feel. The brake discs – measuring 380mm at the front and 376mm at the rear – are internally ventilated to provide repeated, fade-free stopping power. In combination with pad surface increases of 44 per cent front and 31 per cent rear the system provides total security and confidence on both road and track. Stopping distance from 124mph (200km/h) has been improved by 2.7 per cent over the already impressive XKR.

Jaguar XKR-S 2011 : Technical Specifications

ENGINE 5.0 litres – 5000 cc - 8 Cylinders 4 valves per Cylinder
Transmission 6-speed automatic

0-60mph (seconds)

0-100km/h (seconds)

0-100mph (seconds)

100-180km/h (seconds)





Top Speed (mph / km/h) 186/300
Max. Power (BHP) / (KW) 542 / 405
Torque (lb ft) / (Nm) 502 / 680
Aerodynamics (Cd) 0.34

Urban (mpg) / (l/100km)

14.9 / 18.9

Extra Urban (mpg) / (l/100km)

33 / 8.6

Fuel Tank Capacity (litres)


NEDC Combined CO2 (g/km)



Overall Length (inches) / (mm)

188.7 / 4794

Overall Width excl. mirrors (inches) /(mm)

74.5 / 1892

Overall Height (inches) / (mm)

52.0 / 1312

EU: Kerb Weight (lbs) / (kg) 3865 / 1753

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