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2015 Jaguar XK Final Fifty will say farewell in style

By on April 21, 2014 4:54 PM
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Jaguar has confirmed that with the arrival of the new F-Type, next year will be the last for its veteran XK Series. This week in New York, it announced a sendoff that will feature the 2015 Jaguar XK Final Fifty Limited Edition. 

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To be based on the XKR model with its supercharged 510-horsewpower V8, the Final Fifty will consist of 25 Coupe and 25 Convertible models, all finished in Ultimate Black - including black tops on the cabriolets. In addition to a louvered hood and a full chassis revamp with Adaptive Dynamic Suspension culled from the XKR-S GT model, each Final Fifty car will gain additional functional and cosmetic cues. That added one-two punch comes courtesy of the Dynamic Pack and Performance Pack. Collectively they include a full body kit including a larger rear wing and enhanced rear diffuser, 20-inch forged alloy wheels and a more aurally exciting Performance Active Exhaust system plus leather-covered Performance seats that feature a Diamond Sewn stitch pattern. Like the XKR-S GT, the still-electronically-limited top speed on the XK Final Fifty editions will jump from 155 mph to 174 mph.  

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In addition to the above modifications, each of the XK Final Fifty cars will be fitted with special door-sill plates as well as a serialized number plate on the center console bearing the signature of Ian Callum, current Jaguar Design Director and the creative force behind the latest-gen XK. Pricing for the 2015 Jaguar XK Final Fifty Coupe and Convertible models will be announced closer to their on-sale date. 

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