Jaguar has launched Black Edition models for the best-sellers of its range, the XE, XF and the F-Pace, with optional extras included as standard.
Black Edition trim adds black alloy wheels, Black Pack exterior styling kit, parking sensors and a reversing camera, privacy glass and metallic paint.
R-Sport models also get a heated front windshield, heated washer jets and heated front and rear seats, features that are usually part of the optional Cold Climate Pack.
The F-Pace R-Sport Black Edition also features a panoramic roof. Jaguar claims this takes the F-Pace R-Sport Black Edition savings Â£2675 more regularly F-Pace R-Sport with the same options added.
Jaguar offers the models of high-spec trim levels with the reduction of the price; they are offered at prices that are reinforced with one-half of the value of the installed options.
Confusingly, the Black Edition cars are available not only in black but also grey, red, white, and blue, with their name is a reference to the American tradition of ‘Black Friday’ discount.
Although only available for a limited time, Black Edition models will go on sale in 2018 and are not limited in number. There are no plans for an E-Pace Black Edition.
Jaguar is the latest for the Black Edition a game that a lot with Audi, Honda, KTM, Nissan, Peugeot, Porsche, Skoda, Opel and Volkswagen have all dallied with these cars in the past.
During Black Jaguar Event, which will take place between 24 and 26 November, stimulated PCP finance contribution of Â£6500 and Â£12,088 are available on the F-Type and XJ, as well as up to Â£5300 on the XE, up to Â£6400 on the XF and up to Â£3500 on the F-Pace.