Jaguars XF sedan mule has been spied on public roads. Previous spy shots see here. This lightly camouflaged XF-R mule with a 500 horsepower supercharged V-8 churning away under the hood. The 5.0-liter eight banks engine is an all new direct injection engine as well, meaning that it’s likely cleaner and more frugal than big Jaguar engines of the past.

The XF-R will have a few subtle clues about its performance potential as well, with bigger shoes, a small rear lip spoiler, chromed quad exhaust tips, and revised bumpers.

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  1. Of the more recent saloons, the most significant is the XJ (1968-present), still the definitive Jaguar saloon car for many. Since 1968 the Series I XJ has seen major changes in 1973 (to Series II), 1979 (Series III), 1986 Europe/1987 United States (XJ40), 1995 (X300), 1997 (to the V-8 powered X308), 2003 (the present model, X350). The most luxurious XJ models carry either the Vanden Plas (US) or Daimler (rest of world) nameplates.

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