Upcoming M5 competitor from Coventry spotted for the first time with a new rear wing.
Back in mid-August we first saw prototypes for a Jaguar XFR-S running a few hot laps on the Nurburgring with a considerable amount of camouflage. Now the British brand's performance sedan has been spotted with less camouflage and a massive rear wing driving around the roads of a local country club. In addition to that big spoiler, the Jaguar XFR-S prototype pictured has a new front air dam with a fresh design, along with beefier side sills and a wider track that together paint a sinister picture of what Coventry has in store for us.
At the rear, a new diffusor stands out much more than on the existing XFR and, capped by that big wing on the trunk with integrated brake lights. The aggressive body kit alludes to a much more powerful engine than the XFR and its 503-horsepower 5.0-liter supercharged V8. The flagship sedan could boast as much as 550 horses from under its hood and prove to be a fierce competitor to the likes of the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, BMW M5 and Audi RS6, not to mention the top versions of Maserati's upcoming Ghibli sedan.