• Aug 14th 2009 at 7:31PM
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We may still be a ways off before customers – on this side of the Atlantic especially – can begin placing orders for a new Jaguar XJ, but that hasn't stopped Coventry from launching its online configurator post haste.

Visitors to the Jaguar website can spec out their dream Jag and find out already just how much they should be putting aside. The configurator lets you choose between the three levels of specification (standard, Supercharged or Supersport) and wheelbase (standard or extended) before going on to choose from a palette of 14 exterior paint colors, six unique wheels, six interior leather trims and six veneers, as well as no-cost options like deleted badging, an ashtray and lighter, leather steering wheel and a whole mess of optional accessories from floor mats to chromed rims. So sit back, cancel your plans for the evening and take the leap.

[Source: Jaguar]

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      • 6 Years Ago
      The Amirante Alloy wheels on this car is just.....horrid. Belongs on a sebring.

      Hey. before you judge- take a look at the wheels...
      • 6 Years Ago
      Interestingly I configured the interior exactly as it is in the picture Autoblog took. The tan seats and headliner, burgundy dash and walnut veneer looks REALLY good. Some of the other options are meh but I guess you can't buy taste. Oh and yes, the Amirante Alloy wheels and all of the polished wheels (at least in the configurer) look god awful.
      • 6 Years Ago
      They need to include a Heidi Klum configurator...
      • 6 Years Ago
      I think Autoblog should have a contest, "Configure the UGLIEST version of this car!". It would be a lot of fun for us to compete with different cars!
      • 6 Years Ago
      All of the wheel choices look like shields or spinning blades...
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