German tuners from studio Arden built a “charged” sedan AJ 24 RS on the basis of the Jaguar XE S. From the original model the car differs in appearance and modified engine. Outside, the Arden AJ 24 RS can be distinguished from the usual XE S by new bumpers, a front spoiler, a bonnet with ventilation slots, other side skirts and extended wheel arches, in which 20-inch multi-spoke discs are adorned. As for the technical stuffing, the Arden tuners have boosted the output of the 3.0-liter V6 engine from the original 380 hp. and 450 Nm to 463 forces and 583 Nm of torque. To do this, they had to replace the exhaust system, modify the supercharger and make adjustments to the engine management program.