GT has new carbon-fiber front splitter, dive planes, exaggerated wheel-arch spats, rear diffuser treatment and aluminum valance
Bringing the car down to track level heights is accomplished via a race-derived twin spring system with adaptive shocks and height-adjustable features.
Jaguar has brought its 550 PS (542 hp) powerplant with matching 680 Nm (502 ft.lbs. ) of torque to the table
of Pirelli Corsa 255/35 up front and 305/30s on the rear should ensure optimal road grippings.
A not so subtle rear wing comes standard
Developed by Jaguar’s ETO division, the new XKR-S GT will be a limited run affair of only 30 examples
New front and rear suspension tweaks include a wider front track, and a new steering system with a faster steering ratio...all courtesy of Jaguar’s F-Type
New badging and signage ensures there is no confusion about kitty's track intentions
GT has new carbon ceramic stopping system with discs of 398 mm (15.7 in) upfront and 380 mm (14.97 in) out back
XKR-S gets new front and rear suspension tweaks include a wider front track, increased camber for enhanced lateral abilities, revised bushings, and a new steering system with a faster steering ratio
Spring rates are increased front and back while 20-inch forged, lightweight alloy wheels are designed to optimize brake cooling
Looking to get very serious about competing with the likes of BMW’s M series, Jaguar is bringing its new XKR-S GT to the track table. Tagged as the big cat's "ultimate road-going/track ready XK" the new kitty unveiled at the New York Auto Show this week isn’t just all pretty aero-bits and spoiler.
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