Jaguar XF Black Pack

Want your Jaguar XF to have a bit more visual punch? This new Black Pack might be the answer.

An XF with a bit more attitude – that’s what Jaguar says the Black Pack offers buyers of its executive saloon. A purely cosmetic upgrade, the pack includes dark grey 20-inch Draco alloy wheels, a gloss black window surround and grille and is yours for £950.

At the moment it’s only available on the XF DS, and the 5.0-litre naturally aspirated and XFR supercharged models.

It’s the same concept as the Black Pack and Speed Pack that have been options on the XKR for the last few months – take up of which has been so strong (almost 50 per cent) that Jaguar has now decided to try and pull the same trick on the XF.

Only one thing to be aware of and that’s that if you opt for the Black Pack, you can only choose from a limited range of colours – specifically chosen by the design team apparently and including Polaris White, Spectrum Blue, Ultimate Black, Stratus Grey, Lunar Grey and Liquid Silver.

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