Jaguar continues to develop their XF diesel models, but still won't bring them to the US.
Once again, they're only for the UK. Two new editions of the Jaguar XF diesel have just debuted, the SE Business and Sport, and will feature the new 2.2-liter four-cylinder diesel unit in different outputs. Based on the Diesel SE trim, the SE Business gets the 161hp version of the 2.2-liter diesel engine and adds a 7-inch touchscreen with sat-nav offering HDD mapping to the standard kit. To recap this includes intelligent Start/Stop, 400 watt sound system, leather and suedecloth seats and bi-Xenon headlights.
More interesting is the Sport XF, which is powered by the more potent 2.2-liter diesel rated at 188hp and adds the full aerodynamic pack from the Diesel S. It can thus be distinguished by a more aggressive front bumper, black grille element, side sill extensions, black rear valance and a subtle boot-lid spoiler. The cabin includes electrically adjustable and heated seats finished in a leather/suede & cloth combo, bond grain trim, a center console with 'Sport' decals in Piano Black trim, stainless steel pedals, heated front windscreen, 60/40 folding rear seats, a reversing camera, and front parking aid.
Both variants are in UK showrooms now, with SE Business offered at £31,500 and the Sport priced at £34,950. As Jaguar decided not to sell the diesel engine stateside, it's highly unlikely these special editions will feature on the gas-powered XF.