Bowers & Wilkins supply sound to fastest production Jaguar XKR-S

Bowers & Wilkins Jaguar

Bowers & Wilkins - Kevlar is used for the speaker cones offering improved detail and clarity.

As impressed listeners of the B&W Zeppelin ipod speaker system in our office, we are pleased to see that Bowers & Wilkins, the British loudspeaker company are behind the exclusive Jaguar XKR-S sound system.  Fitted as standard to the limited run of 200 cars, the system follows the highly-acclaimed Bowers & Wilkins audio offerings in the Jaguar XF and Jaguar XKR Portfolio.

The advanced system, specifically designed for the XK, incorporates many technologies cherished by audiophiles and recording professionals alike.  Kevlar, a hallmark of Bowers & Wilkins mid-range speakers is used for the loudspeaker cones. The composition and resins used are a highly-guarded secret, part of a recipe of unique ingredients for delivering unrivalled sound reproduction marked by exceptional clarity and detail.

“It seems fitting that a high-performance vehicle like XKR-S is fitted with the ultimate in high-performance audio to match.  Tuned by the acoustic experts that are responsible for our top-of-the-line products in Abbey Road ensures that Jaguar winds up with something goes far beyond ‘premium audio,’” says Bowers & Wilkins’ head of automotive, Martin Lindsay. “Only this level of expertise can deliver such a truly compelling performance.”

The Jaguar XKR-S is a lightweight sports coupe that takes the Jaguar sports car experience to a new level. As the fastest production XK to date, it delivers a combination of high-speed performance, dynamic excellence and crafted luxury that is unique to Jaguar.

Published 12 March 2008 Melanie Carter

The information contained this Jaguar XK news article may have changed since publication on the 12 March 2008. Our car specifications, reviews, and prices may only apply to the UK market. You may wish to check with the manufacturer or your local Jaguar dealer, before making a purchasing decision. E.&.O.E. You may NOT reproduce our car news in full or part, in any format without our written permission. carpages.co.uk © 2017