Tuning company Arden has just unveiled its modified Jaguar XE, dubbed the AJ 24.
The most obvious difference between Arden’s Jaguar XE and a typical one to leave the factory is the combination of gloss black paint and bright yellow accents. Additionally, there’s a set of Arden Sportline Black Edition alloy wheels, yellow center caps and yellow brake calipers.
Arden has also taken the time to design a new set of springs for the XE, which lower the ride height by 30 mm (1.18 in). A set of wheel spacers then help to widen the track.
Exterior modifications are completed with 100 mm (3.93 in) tailpipes and the availability of a leaping Jaguar hood ornament.
Beneath the bodywork, Arden offers power upgrades for the supercharged petrol and turbocharged diesel range. Power from the range-topping XE S’s 3.0-liter supercharged V6 has been lifted from 375 hp to 422 hp and 573 Nm (422 lb-ft) of torque.