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2012 Jaguar XF Long-Term Road Test

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2012 Jaguar XF: The XF-Wing

May 3, 2013

2012 Jaguar XF

One of the main complaints heard from X-wing pilots around the galaxy is the starfighter's lack of space and creature comforts. Fortunately, Jaguar has stepped in with a luxury edition called the XF-Wing.

This four-seat X-Wing variant (three seats if you have your astromech droid in the copilot seat, as pictured above) brings a healthy dose of luxury to a starfighter that was so sorely lacking in comfort. Standard amenities include advanced Bluetooth, which cleans up those pesky garbled sub-space transmissions and plenty of lightsaber holders (which also double as Red Bull holders). Heated seats, hyperdrive, active front and rear shields and a photon torpedo-ready cradle are also included.

Optionally, you can outfit the interior with a nearly endless selection of custom upholstery. Those looking for a bit more personality than the usual Bantha leather can also pick from the increasingly popular Gungan hide, faux-Wookiee headliner and genuine Ewok suede.

An XF-RS-Wing is also rumored to be in the works. Expect it to do the 18-parsec Kessel Run in a mere 11.5 parsecs, since it's able to skirt the Maw black hole cluster without being torn to shreds (see what I did there? You're welcome, Han).

You can't repel comfort of this magnitude, so get into formation and attack that exhaust port in luxury.

Mark Takahashi, Automotive Editor @ 0.00000000113964521187 parsecs

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