Jaguar today dropped the first image and details on its new Jaguar XKR 75, which will debut at the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 2.
The model celebrates Jaguar’s 75th anniversary and delivers a combination of increased performance, stronger chassis and better steering control along with higher grip levels.
The car received a power boost of 20 PS and now carries a total output of 530 PS and 655Nm (compared to 625Nm on XKR).
The car can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.4 seconds and has a top speed which is electronically limited to 174mph (280km/h).
The special edition is distinguished by revised suspension and handling, a revised aerodynamic body pack with a front splitter, side sills extensions, a rear diffuser, and a larger rear spoiler.
It comes painted in a Stratus Grey finish with red brake calipers to create a remarkable contrast to the 20-inch gloss Vortex forged lightweight alloys.
The XKR 75 will be limited to only 75 units and will go on sale in July. In UK it will be priced at Â£85,500.