There are a few changes in store for the 2015 Jaguar lineup, as the 2015 Jaguar XF sedan gets some trim level reshuffling, the 2015 Jaguar F-Type gets a new optional carbon ceramic brake package, and the 2015 Jaguar XK has a more simplified list of model variants for its final model year. Check out the full information below.
2015 Jaguar XF
The 2015 Jaguar XF midsize luxury sedan (2014 model pictured) gains some new features for its rearranged lineup that now includes two new trim levels: the Portfolio and Sport models. Available for XF sedans with the 3.0-liter supercharged V-6, the Portfolio trim is meant to emphasize luxury with features previously included in the Portfolio Package. The other option is the performance-minded Sport trim, including a more aggressive body kit, 20-inch wheels, and black exterior trim. The black trim is part of the Black pack, which now part of the Sport trim package.
The new base trim level, now called the XF 2.0T Premium, goes up in price significantly, increasing $4200 to $52,100 with destination. It now comes standard with all of the equipment previously included in the Premium Pack: navigation, keyless entry, a backup camera, a Meridian sound system, satellite radio, and a blind-spot monitor. Next are the XF 3.0 Portfolio and Sport models, both of which cost $58,100 and are powered by the 340-hp 3.0-liter supercharged V-6. These prices are significantly higher than last year’s XF 3.0 models, but the models include much more standard equipment than the 2014 XF 3.0. All-wheel drive is a $2700 option on both of these models.
Finally, the 2015 Jaguar XF maintains its three V-8 powered models, including the $71,800, 470-hp XF 5.0 Supercharged, the $84,475, 510-hp XFR, and the ultra-high-performance, 550-hp XFR-S that costs $99,925.
2015 Jaguar F-type
The big news for the 2015 Jaguar F-type is the addition of the F-type coupe, which we’ve covered extensively. Otherwise, there are new carbon ceramic brakes available on the F-type R coupe, the F-type V8 S convertible, and the F-type S coupe and convertible. This system has 15.7 inch discs up front and 15 inch discs in the rear and offers a 46-lb reduction in unsprung weight.
Pricing for the F-type coupe starts at $65,925 for the standard 340-hp supercharged V-6 model, with the 380-hp S model costing $77,925 and the 550-hp F-type R Coupe with a supercharged V-8 costing $99,925. Convertible prices are unchanged from last year, with the standard V-6 model costing $69,925, the V6 S model costing $81,925, and the V8 S convertible costing $92,925.
2015 Jaguar XK
2015 will be the last model year for the Jaguar XK, and as production winds there will be a special XK Final Fifty limited production run of 25 coupes and 25 convertibles. Otherwise, the XK lineup is simplified to include only XK, XKR, and XKR-S models. The 2015 Jaguar XK with its 385-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 engine starts at $86,350 for coupe models and $92,350 for convertible models; the 510-hp XKR starts at $99,350 for the coupe and $105,350 for the convertible; and the range-topping, 550-hp XKR-S costs $133,950 for the coupe and $139,850 for the convertible.
2015 Jaguar XJ
Jaguar’s full-size luxury sedan is unchanged for 2015, and it continues to offer a lineup of two wheelbase lengths and three engine choices. The 2015 Jaguar XJ, XJ AWD, XJL Portfolio, and XJL Portfolio AWD models come with a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6; the XJ Supercharged, XJL Supercharged come with a 470-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V-8; and the XJR (2014 model pictured) and XJR Long Wheelbase come with a 550-hp version of the same supercharged V-8.
Just like for the 2014 model, pricing starts at $75,125 for the base XJ, $82,125 for the XJL, $91,525 for the XJ Supercharged, and $116,925 for the XJR. All-wheel drive, which was new to the XJ lineup in 2013, is a $3500 option on XJ and XJL Portfolio models.