STRATSTONE Jaguar has pledged to donate up to £5,000 to the Royal British Legion.
The money will be raised through the sale of its limited edition Jaguar XFRs.
Named ‘Le Mans Special Edition’ only 50 of the Stratstone special edition XFRs will ever be built, and Stratstone dealerships already report high demand.
Available in Polaris White and Midnight Black each XFR Stratstone Le Mans Limited Edition holds a unique number and is fitted with a range of Stratstone sporting extras.
Interior details include personalised sill plaques, embossed leather headrests, a gear selector carrying the Stratstone Le Mans emblem, as well as piano black veneer with a dark mesh aluminium dash and soft grain leather with contrast tailored stitching on the instrument panel.
Exterior details include a black front grille with a colour-coded grille surround, chrome finish twin bonnet louvers with supercharged script and 20” gloss black wheels with Jaguar R brakes and red centre caps.
With every special edition XFR sold, Stratstone will donate £100 for every special edition XFR model sold nationwide to support the 2010 Poppy Appeal – due to the interest seen already, Stratstone expects to achieve its £5,000 fundraising target within the next couple of weeks.
Stratstone’s managing director, James Brearley, said, ‘The Limited Edition is the definitive sporting saloon and no detail has been spared.
Already deemed a future classic, demand for this iconic model is exceptionally high which is great news for this year’s Poppy Appeal, a very worthy cause given the almost daily news of the sacrifices our service men and women are making in Afghanistan.’