Loder1899 Jaguar XF gets better looks and more power

Loder1899 is known for tuning FoMoCo owned cars, but even though Jaguar is now owned by Indian company Tata Motors, Loder1899 is continuing to offer Jaguar fans more power and great looks for their kitty.

Loder1899 gives the new Jaguar XF a new body styling kit including a new front spoiler, rear spoiler and a rear apron spoiler increasing the aerodynamics of the body. Power for the 2.7L V6 that originally produces 207-hp has been increased to 249-hp.

Loder1899 also added 21-inch “Hollow Spoke” wheels which we’re not too crazy about.

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Loder1899 Jaguar XF:



Press Release:

Loder1899 makes the Jaguar XF purr

The Indian Siam cat is a beautiful and graceful cat that attracts attention by means of her typical, loud voice. Her elegant body language renders her walk smooth and lofty. Sometimes the Siam cat is described as being arrogant and inapproachable. If this is really the case, is in the eye of the beholder. Actually she is the very opposite ““ a playful kitten that only wants to be entertained.

More elegance and horsepower for the Bavarian kitten

The Jaguar XF has a very vivacious temperament as well and thus has received the ideal toys from Loder1899. The body styling kit, consisting of an elegant front spoiler, an extravagant rear spoiler and a fancy rear apron spoiler, provides the Jaguar with the grace and aerodynamic body line of an athletic race cat. Thanks to the Loder1899 lowering kit (-35mm), the noble limousine appears optically smarter and faster. The sporty motor management enables a performance increase from 207 to 249 hp. Hence, the Jaguar is able to shake off other fast cats easily. Loder1899 equips the Jaguar with classical, selected wheel/tire combinations, which are the cat”s perfect paw-wear.

All further information and any enquries will be gladly dealt with by our competent experts on the first fair day at the Loder1899/Vredestein booth, (A1-304). Or contact Loder1899 directly at www.loder1899.de.


Source: Loder1899 (via WorldCarFans)