The diesel-powered version of the Jaguar XF has been given a power boost and styling upgrades courtesy of Loder1899.
Who ever said that diesel-powered sedans aren't any fun? No one that we know of specifically, but Bavarian-based tuner Loder1899 has just unveiled photos and specs of its aftermarket tuning program for the Jaguar XF diesel. Starting off with the standard 3.0-liter oil burning V6, the tuner has boosted output from 275 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque to 310 hp and 501 lb-ft. As a result of the power gain, performance has improved with the XF now able to go from 0-62 mph in 6.2 seconds, 0.2 seconds faster than the regular car.
A sport exhaust system is also available. In addition to the engine modifications, Loder1899 added a new set of 21" black alloy wheels, a front apron, carbon fiber diffuser and a trunk lid spoiler. For an even sharper appearance, the front grille, headlights, front intakes, hood vents, taillights and Jaguar badges have been blacked out. The windows have also been tinted. Official pricing has not been revealed.