Startech has come out with a new program for the 2011 Jaguar XJ, complete with a new aerodynamic kit and a retooled interior that pushes the luxury refinements on the Big Cat saloon to a new level.

The German tuner is considered one of the best aftermarket companies in the market and it tripped out on the Jag with an aero kit that includes Startech front attachments mounted to the production bumper. The attachments also come with air inlets that add a touch of sportiness and aggressiveness to the XJ. Integrated into the side air inlets are LED daytime running lights that add an element of class and sophistication to the car. The front fenders on the car were also treated with integrated air outlets and side sills that have been attached to the wheel arches. As for the rear, Startech applied a new fascia that has its own integrated diffuser whereas two integrated ’design’ panels provide the trademark Startech looks and a subtle rear spoiler lip on the trunk lid creates aerodynamic balance on the XJ. The luxury car also sits on a new set of 21" Startech Monostar J Diamond Edition wheels that were designed using state-of-the-art forging technology.

The interior of the Jaguar XJ also got some fancy digs courtesy of Startech. It’s not a surprise that the German tuner dressed up the XJ with a multitude of different leather and Alcantara colors. The elaborate black, high-gloss polished piano wood is another highlight of the interior, as is the state-of-the-art multimedia system centered on an Apple iPad, and the electrically deployed tables with leather-trimmed consoles, a Bluetooth keyboard from Apple, and a 20 MBit/s GSM modem that has been integrated into the vehicle to provide a high-speed internet connection through EDGE, HSDPA or HSPA+ protocols.

  • 2011 Jaguar XJ by Startech
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    V8 engine
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    6-speed automatic with manumatic shifting
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  • Displacement:
    5000 L
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph
  • 0-100 time:
    4.7 sec.
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  (595) posted on 01.24.2012

For me, it really looks so decent and exclusive with its aesthetic design. Well I don’t know if the performance of this car is great.

  (397) posted on 01.17.2012

I like this car because she beautiful design beautiful color wheel pretty good long headlight large steam before him and the chair scented comfortable within him for the good out of the air conditioner

  (238) posted on 01.12.2012

this is a simple jaguar car the interior design is classier and luxurious looks. Moreover, it really looks so decent and exclusive with its aesthetic design.

  (415) posted on 01.11.2012

This model car looked confusing, discomforted even likely unorganized. It irritates my eyes as of its overdressed painted color.
The design of this car is unique specially the dot style of the car. I don’t know if the performance of this car is great.

  (577) posted on 12.16.2011

I love its dressed-up interior, which adds classier and luxurious looks on this Jaguar. Moreover, it really looks so decent and exclusive with its aesthetic design. Good thing as well that it has an impressive engine.

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