On display at the ongoing 2016 Beijing Auto Show, Jaguar XFL is a long wheelbase XF and is targeted at buyers in China who prefer added legroom. Directly competing against the stretched Mercedes-Benz E Class, Jaguar XFL stands 5.5” longer than the standard model which results in 6.2” of additional leg room and 4.5” of extra knee room.
Wheelbase gets stretched while rear doors are longer in the Jaguar XFL which is developed by the company ideally as a chauffeur driven vehicle.
It sees special rear comforts that include 8” screens integrated into the backs of front seat headrests. Seats come with heating and cooling function while displaying special four-way lumbar adjustment along with massage functions. Air cleaning ionization system, window blinds, and folding tables are also a part of the passenger comfort features.
Infotainment on the new Jaguar XFL is from a 10.2” InControl Touch Pro system which also includes 17 speakers, 825 watt Meridian Surround Sound System. Wi-Fi connectivity for up to eight devices, 2x HDMI ports, 2x USB 3.0 ports and 12V power socket are also included.
To be assembled at the Changshu plant from where Discovery Sport and Evoque are also assembled, Jaguar XFL will be powered by a turbocharged 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine offering 197 hp and 236 hp power. Engine options also include a 3.0 liter V6 supercharged engine capable of 335 hp peak power.