The Jaguar XJ will appeal to keen luxury car drivers, but in key areas such as build quality, space and running costs it trails behind the class leadersread the full model review
This trim brings more aggressive styling inside and out with a bodykit, sports seats and aluminium pedals. You also get piano black veneer to replace the traditional wood.
The sole engine in the range has a great combination of performance and relatively low running costs. It’s generally refined, although you can tell it’s a diesel at idle.