All fifty limited edition models to be sold exclusively in the US.
At the end of the year we will bid farewell to the Jaguar XK. To mark the end of the model’s production, the British carmaker unveiled the XK Final Fifty Edition. Based on the XKR, the limited edition model will be made up of 25 coupes and 25 convertibles and sold exclusively to the US market. The XK Final Fifty draws inspiration from the final edition of the 1974 E-Type, of which fifty were made. The XK Final Fifty models will be painted Ultimate Black with the convertible featuring a black top.
They will wear a louvered hood borrowed from the XKR-S GT and sport a special badge on the center console and an inscribed doorsill treadplate identifying them as limited edition models. Jaguar’s Dynamic and Performance Packs are optional in the XKR models and will come standard with the XK Final Fifty, adding special side sills, a rear diffuser, larger rear wing, a performance exhaust system and ‘Vortex’ 20-inch alloys. Inside can be found Performance seats, a Jet Suedecloth steering wheel, Diamond Sewn stitch pattern, and a Bowers & Wilkins sound system. Power comes from the carmaker's ubiquitous 5.0-liter supercharged V8 rated at 510 hp and 461 lb-ft of torque.