The high-performance XFR and XKR will priced from $80,000 and $96,000, respectively
Pricing for the 2010 XF saloon will start at $52,000. Upgrade to the higher level XF Premium, fitted with the new 5.0L AJ-V8 Gen III V8 engine, and pricing goes up to $57,000. The price premium also adds bi-xenon headlamps, a blind-spot monitor, and reversing camera.
Topping the range is the new XFR, complete with a 510hp (380kW) supercharged version of this new V8 engine and priced at a hefty $80,000. Unique features of the XFR include revised bumpers and lower front air intakes, sill extensions, bonnet louvers and grilles, quad tailpipes, a boot-lid spoiler and 20in alloy wheels
Jaguar is also once again offering its Portfolio Pack for the XF range for an additional $4,000. This adds goodies such as 16-way adjustable front seats, contrasted leather stitching, and a new suede-cloth premium headliner.
As for the 2010 XK line up, it will start with a base price of $83,000 for the Coupe and $89,000 for the Convertible. The standard XK models are powered by a 385hp (287kW) 5.0l V8 mated to a six-speed automatic. The XKR, meanwhile, also with the 510hp (380kW) engine, will retail for $96,000 for the Coupe and $102,000 for the Convertible.
Both the new 2010 XF and XR ranges feature a number of standard luxury items including navigation, heated front seats and satellite radio. First deliveries are scheduled to start in the middle of the year.