Arden Goes To Town On The Jaguar XE

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.

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  • ctk4949

    Thats a nice looking Jaaaaaaaaaaaag. Too bad the interior is pretty terrible.

  • sidewaysspin

    I hate this fad of totally black cars.

    • Mill0048

      One could note the yellow exterior accents and red seats, but I agree. 😉 Even worse when the headlights and taillights are tinted or sprayed black.

      • sidewaysspin

        Yes, and quite creepy too.

  • fabri99

    Golden instead of yellow details would have looked much better. Plus, I’m not too fond of total black cars (black cars, silver wheels for me) and the interiors still suck.

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