Shown is a picture of the new Jaguar XK 4.2-litre V8 Sport Coupe. It's elegant, it's exotic, it's stylishly beautiful, combined with power and performance. The Jaguar XK Sport Coupe is said to be the most scientifically technological advanced Jaguar ever. Fitted with intuitive controls and driver focussed technologies such as Keyless Entry, Keyless Start and Active Front Lighting. The new Jaguar XK 4.2-litre Coupe 2+2 Sports car is powered bythe latest generation aspirated 4.2 litre Jaguar AJ-V8 300bhp engine coupled to a 6 speed automatic gearbox that also incorporates steering wheel mounted paddles for manual gear changing.
Award Winning Jaguar XK 4.2-litre Coupe
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The Jaguar XK has been voted 'Car of the Year' and 'GT of the Year' at the 2006 Top Gear Awards. Its the first time any Jaguar car has won the Top Gear Awards. This is the first time any Jaguar car has been awarded this prestigious accolade from the UK's largest selling motoring publication. The Jaguar XK has already picked up several prominent awards such as 1. Most Exciting Car to be launched in 2006' by What Car? Magazine. 2. Car of the Year and Best Coupe at the Auto Express New Car Honours 2006. 3. Scottish Car of the Year 2006 and UK TV People's Car of the Year 2006. 4. Austrian Car of the Year for the convertibleVersion. 5. Most Chic Car of the Year by Spain's biggest selling women's magazine, Telva. 6. The Prince Michael Award for Safety and the World Traffic Safety Symposium's Traffic Safety Achievement Award in the Automaker category. The Jaguar XK 4.2-litre Coupe from a standing start reaches 60mph in 5.9 seconds and does the quarter mile sprint in 14.4 seconds. The Jaguar XK max speed is 155mph (electronically control).
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