'Neiman Marcus' edition to be sold by American retailer
7 October 2009

A special edition long wheelbase Jaguar XJ is to be offered by US luxury retailer Neiman Marcus.

Only 50 examples of the Jaguar XJL Supercharged Neiman Marcus Edition will be sold in the firm’s Christmas Book at $105,000 (£66,000) each.

Changes include exclusive Celestial Black metallic paintwork and illuminated sill plates. There is also a set of 20-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels.

Inside the XJs are treated to a bespoke soft navy and ivory leather trim and Zebrano matte wood accents.

"Being a part of The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book is a spectacular way to launch the Jaguar XJ, one of the most anticipated new luxury cars in the market this year," said Richard Beattie, head of marketing and sales at Jaguar.

Orders of the special edition XJ are are being taken from this Friday.

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7 October 2009

Very nice of Jaguar to offer the US their cars at a huge discount compared to their home market! Even accounting for Vat they are still £10,000 less there.

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