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Archive for the ‘Jaguar F-Type’ Category

PostHeaderIcon 10 Sports Cars with the Best MPG

Fuel efficiency may not be the prime concern when looking to purchase a sports car, but these days the two don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Long gone are the days when you had to sacrifice pretty much everything in order to drive a fun car that put a smile on your face – these days you can have your sporty cake and also eat it, and these are the cars you can do it in. All models below blend twisty road enjoyment with some manner of fuel-sipping tech on top of their improved practicality and day-to-day usability compared to equivalent models of decades past.decades past.

PostHeaderIcon 10 fun coupes with enough space for your golf clubs

Whether it’s a quick jaunt to the driving range, or an entire Sunday spent on the links with your friends, it’s important to have the right ride to get you and your gear to the golf course without a fuss. As such, the big luxury automakers out there offer a range of two-door coupes with enough space in the rear to transport your clubs, bag, and whatever else you need for a round or two, all without sacrificing comfort in the cabin. But which of these is the best?

To find out, we took a look at all the big names on the market from the perspective of a golfer. First and foremost, the coupe in question has to have enough trunk space to carry at least one golf bag, assuming an average golf bag size of 36 inches by 14 inches by 10 inches, or 3 cubic feet, give or take. What’s more, we’re also considering style and appearance, as well as luxury and equipment features inside the cabin.

So then – arranged in no particular order, here’s our picks for the top 10 luxury coupes to take golfing.

PostHeaderIcon Jaguar to Take a Shot at McLaren with a Mid-Engined F-Type in 2022

These days, when it comes to superlative performance, it looks like mid-engined hybrid powertrains are the way to go. Now it looks like Jaguar is prepping just such a configuration with a fresh successor to the F-Type.

Continue reading for the full story.

PostHeaderIcon The 10 Most Beautiful Cars Available Today

It’s true that there is subjectivity in beauty, but in the world of automobiles, that’s less likely to manifest itself because the cream always rises to the top. The most beautiful cars today don’t need to let the world know they’re beautiful. They just are. That’s why when we’re discussing which of today’s cars look the best, the same models find their way into the conversation. There will be some debates, sure, but for the most part, those debates typically are about determining if a car looks awesome or super awesome. Compiling a list of the ten most beautiful cars today was difficult because there were too many options to consider. In the end, I got through my list of 10 models that can take my money just by looking at them.

PostHeaderIcon Lister LFT-666

Although it was revealed in prototype form at the beginning of the year, the Lister Thunder is no more. Say hello to the Lister LFT-666. The Thunder – a Lister tuned F-Type is renamed to LFT-666 to better fall in line with the future products that will spawn from the revived British car company. As it turns out, Lister is on the way to become an exclusive tuner of Jaguar cars. I wouldn’t be surprised if they do something like Polestar did with Volvo. Nevertheless, the company is still in its infancy, but if we are to judge by the first car they revealed, Lister will be a blast.

Lister Motor Company, Lawrence Whittaker, CEO says, “Over the past six months the Lister Motor Company has been working hard on developing our Tuning Division, starting with modifying the Jaguar F-Type. Originally, we named the prototype the Lister ‘Thunder’, however, due to future model lineage, all 99-production models will now be known as the Lister LFT-666, a befitting title and one where an intrigued passer-by instantly knows the brake horsepower of each Lister model.”

Although revealed only in the prototype form, Lister received a record number of orders for the Thunder (now the LFT-666). Finally, the company released a lot more info about it and let me tell you right away – it’s an awesome car.

PostHeaderIcon The Lister Thunder Gets A Name Makeover, You Can Now Start Calling it The LFT-666

We previously knew it as the Thunder, but British sports car company Lister is renaming its Jaguar F-Type-based supercar with a somewhat more appropriate name that reflects its capabilities. So instead of the Lister Thunder, we’re going to have to get used to calling this beast the LFT-666. The model isn’t entirely new; in fact, we’ve discussed it a few times the past, most recently in June 2018. But, apparently, a lot has changed since June 2018. The Lister Thunder now goes by a different and far more fitting name.

PostHeaderIcon 6 Sports Cars Everyone Should Drive at Least Once in Their Lives

Suppose you were given a choice to pick six sports cars to take out for a spin, which models would you choose? Some of you might choose from a list made entirely out of hypercars. Some of you might go for all the all-muscle types. Some of you might even choose to drive one automaker’s entire catalog. Everyone’s taste for sports cars is different, which is why in figuring out my suggestions for the six sports cars everyone should drive at least once in their lives, I was more varied in my choices. I put in a hypercar, a track car, a muscle car, a Japanese monster, and a small Italian sports car that’s going to blow you away. Some of you might have different choices, and that’s fine. What’s important is that, at the end of the day, we all get to experience the cars we love, even if it’s just for a day.

PostHeaderIcon Lister Thunder

Established in 1954 as a race car manufacturer, Lister became famous when it won the 1957 British Empire Trophy with a heavily modified Jaguar D-Type, affectionately known as the Lister Knobbly. In the 1990s, Lister launched the Storm, a V-12 coupe that was sold as both a road car and an FIA-spec race car. The company returned to the market with an anniversary version of the original Lister Knobbly in 2014, including a tribute model for Sir Stirling Moss. Come 2018 and Lister launched the Storm, a modern sports car based on the already famous Jaguar F-Type.

Just like in the good old days, Lister once again chose a Jaguar as a base for its sports. But unlike the Storm, which featured a unique body over a Jaguar drivetrain, the Thunder looks almost identical to the F-Type. The body did get a few changes, but the big news is that Lister retuned the supercharged, 5.0-liter V-8 engine to deliver in excess of 600 horsepower, a feat you can’t get from the factory. What other features make the Thunder stand out? Find out in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Lister Thunder.

PostHeaderIcon Jaguar R Models are Being Cannibalized by SVR Models

The future of Jaguar’s R models is in jeopardy, and the biggest culprit of its uncertain future could be the model that’s sitting above it. A report from Auto Express revealed that Jaguar ‘R’ models will likely be discontinued because of the presence of the ’SVR’ models that sit above them. Apparently, the British automaker is now feeling the effects of one model cannibalizing the sales of another. It took longer than expected for Jag to realize this, but, hey, better late than never.

PostHeaderIcon Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading

These days, it seems like you can’t turn around without bumping into some new SUV tuned to perform like a sports car. But what if you went the other way around, taking a sports car and adding a dash of off-roading goodness? Or maybe try a gallon of off-roading goodness. Well, that’s exactly what Budget Direct did with the following seven renderings.

Continue reading for the full story.

The Full Story

Ferrari 488


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Rumor has it Ferrari is cooking up an SUV to take on the new Lamborghini Urus, making a clear break from over 70 years of tradition (at least as far as the segment goes, not the whole Lambo challenge thing). But while we’re still waiting for the tall-riding Prancing Horse to arrive, we’ve got this big-and-bad 488 to check out. Draped in Rosso Corsa and sporting an array of LED light bars, this thing is deliciously sacrilegious. And check out the wheels, which appear as through they were plucked from an F40. Splendid.

Porsche 911 GT2 RS (2017)


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Believe it or not, but Stuttgart has a good deal of experience mixing it up in the dirt. No, I’m not talking about a Cayenne set in the off-road driving mode – I’m talking about the 911! With a history of competition in rally events across the world, including Group B, the East Africa Safari Rally, and the Dakar, the 911 is actually quite formidable with the right modifications. This thing has exactly that, with a taller suspension, big knobby tires, and uber-tough skid plates, all of which should help it go, well, anywhere! And with 700 horsepower on tap, you can bet it’ll get there mighty quick as well.

Bugatti Chiron


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Plucked off the golden streets of Monaco or Dubai and set down in the nitty gritty terra firma, you’d have to be crazy to turn a Chiron into an off-roader. The kind of crazy we like. Tear off the bumpers, swap the adaptive suspension with extra wheel travel, and add an enormous winch to the front end. Done deal. Of course, you gotta keep the quad-boosted 8.0-liter W-16 intact, because 1,500 ponies in the dirt just feels right. Don’t worry – the AWD and monster rubber should handle it all just fine.

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon


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When it comes to straight-line speed, there are few muscle cars out there as badass as the Demon. With 6.2 liters of blown ‘Merican V-8 under the hood, it certainly has the goods to perform at the drag strip. But what about the rock crawl? Makes sense to us, and we’re sure Dodge has the right parts bin to sift through to make this a thing…

2020 Tesla Roadster


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Taking a quick break from the internal combustion, we’ve got this battery-powered two-door on deck to bring the EV heat. While the Roadster 2.0 is still several years out, we’d love it if someone had the chutzpah to turn one into some gravel-churning monster. It’ll do 60 mph in just 1.9 seconds on pavement, but what about off it? Well, with 10,000 Nm of torque, that plus-sized wheel and tire package shouldn’t slow it down too much. And oh yeah – check out the roof-mounted solar panels! Stellar touch.

Jaguar F-Type


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Jaguar Land Rover has plenty of experience in the world of off-roaders, but we’ve never seen it applied to the first word in that name. Rest assured though, because this thing definitely has experience climbing through the mud and rocks in the Scottish Highlands.

Nissan GT-R


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While conquering all challengers on the track is kind of the GT-R’s thing, perhaps it’s time to expand its list of challengers. The AWD system is ready to go, while the turbocharged 3.8-liter V-6 makes lots of momentum. Just flare the fenders, add some steel bumpers, then have at it.

References


2016 Ferrari 488 GTB - image 615039

Read our full review on the 2017 Ferrari 488.


2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS - image 722043

Read our full review on the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS.


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Read our full review on the 2018 Bugatti Chiron.


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Read our full review on the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.


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Read our full review on the 2020 Tesla Roadster.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Jaguar F-Type.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Nissan GT-R.

PostHeaderIcon Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading

These days, it seems like you can’t turn around without bumping into some new SUV tuned to perform like a sports car. But what if you went the other way around, taking a sports car and adding a dash of off-roading goodness? Or maybe try a gallon of off-roading goodness. Well, that’s exactly what Budget Direct did with the following seven renderings.

Continue reading for the full story.

The Full Story

Ferrari 488


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Rumor has it Ferrari is cooking up an SUV to take on the new Lamborghini Urus, making a clear break from over 70 years of tradition (at least as far as the segment goes, not the whole Lambo challenge thing). But while we’re still waiting for the tall-riding Prancing Horse to arrive, we’ve got this big-and-bad 488 to check out. Draped in Rosso Corsa and sporting an array of LED light bars, this thing is deliciously sacrilegious. And check out the wheels, which appear as through they were plucked from an F40. Splendid.

Porsche 911 GT2 RS (2017)


Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading - image 773964

Believe it or not, but Stuttgart has a good deal of experience mixing it up in the dirt. No, I’m not talking about a Cayenne set in the off-road driving mode – I’m talking about the 911! With a history of competition in rally events across the world, including Group B, the East Africa Safari Rally, and the Dakar, the 911 is actually quite formidable with the right modifications. This thing has exactly that, with a taller suspension, big knobby tires, and uber-tough skid plates, all of which should help it go, well, anywhere! And with 700 horsepower on tap, you can bet it’ll get there mighty quick as well.

Bugatti Chiron


Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading - image 773965

Plucked off the golden streets of Monaco or Dubai and set down in the nitty gritty terra firma, you’d have to be crazy to turn a Chiron into an off-roader. The kind of crazy we like. Tear off the bumpers, swap the adaptive suspension with extra wheel travel, and add an enormous winch to the front end. Done deal. Of course, you gotta keep the quad-boosted 8.0-liter W-16 intact, because 1,500 ponies in the dirt just feels right. Don’t worry – the AWD and monster rubber should handle it all just fine.

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon


Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading - image 773966

When it comes to straight-line speed, there are few muscle cars out there as badass as the Demon. With 6.2 liters of blown ‘Merican V-8 under the hood, it certainly has the goods to perform at the drag strip. But what about the rock crawl? Makes sense to us, and we’re sure Dodge has the right parts bin to sift through to make this a thing…

2020 Tesla Roadster


Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading - image 773967

Taking a quick break from the internal combustion, we’ve got this battery-powered two-door on deck to bring the EV heat. While the Roadster 2.0 is still several years out, we’d love it if someone had the chutzpah to turn one into some gravel-churning monster. It’ll do 60 mph in just 1.9 seconds on pavement, but what about off it? Well, with 10,000 Nm of torque, that plus-sized wheel and tire package shouldn’t slow it down too much. And oh yeah – check out the roof-mounted solar panels! Stellar touch.

Jaguar F-Type


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Jaguar Land Rover has plenty of experience in the world of off-roaders, but we’ve never seen it applied to the first word in that name. Rest assured though, because this thing definitely has experience climbing through the mud and rocks in the Scottish Highlands.

Nissan GT-R


Budget Direct Renders 7 Sports Cars Built For Off-Roading - image 773969

While conquering all challengers on the track is kind of the GT-R’s thing, perhaps it’s time to expand its list of challengers. The AWD system is ready to go, while the turbocharged 3.8-liter V-6 makes lots of momentum. Just flare the fenders, add some steel bumpers, then have at it.

References


2016 Ferrari 488 GTB - image 615039

Read our full review on the 2017 Ferrari 488.


2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS - image 722043

Read our full review on the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS.


2018 Bugatti Chiron - image 727469

Read our full review on the 2018 Bugatti Chiron.


2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon - image 713133

Read our full review on the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.


2020 Tesla Roadster - image 746102

Read our full review on the 2020 Tesla Roadster.


2017 Jaguar F-Type - image 655250

Read our full review on the 2017 Jaguar F-Type.


2017 Nissan GT-R - image 670401

Read our full review on the 2017 Nissan GT-R.

PostHeaderIcon Hot Off the Trail of the AMG GT 4-Door, Jaguar Expresses Interest in a Four-Door F-Type

In the wake of Mercedes-AMG’s successful debut of the GT 4 four-door coupe, Jaguar looks to be warming up to the idea of rolling out its own version of a four-door coupe. Jaguar’s head of design, Ian Callum, admitted that a four-door version of the F-Type sports car would be something that Jaguar would look into, provided that a good business case for such a model can be made.


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“Jaguar would be in its place to develop a four-door coupé because of its history with the body type.e”

Are you excited for a four-door Jaguar F-Type? As odd as it sounds, it might become a reality if Ian Callum has his way. Jaguar’s head designer was also quick to point out that Jaguar would be in its place to develop a four-door coupé because of its history with the body type.

“The notion of four doors is interesting because the idea of a four-door coupé came out originally with Jaguars, and then Mercedes-Benz latched on to the CLS and created this genre of car, which really rightfully was Jaguars…so that’s our rightful place in some ways — the four-door sports cars,” Callum told Car Advice.

Callum’s comments point more to Jaguar’s past “engineering limitations” to develop such a model. But the company has prospered in recent years, and when combined with modern technology, the possibility of a four-door Jaguar sports coupé looks more likely than it’s ever been. “The four-door aspect of a sports car makes a lot of sense,” Callum said. “Not for every sports car, don’t get me wrong, but the reason for two doors is for more structure out of the car. Therefore, four doors… and now, with modern technology, that sort of stuff doesn’t really matter anymore. We can engineer a car to have a structure with four doors, or even pillarless doors these days.”


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“Callum didn’t exactly confirm or deny any plans by the company to develop its own four-door sports coupé to take on the Mercedes-AMG GT 4.”

That said, Callum didn’t exactly confirm or deny any plans by the company to develop its own four-door sports coupé to take on the Mercedes-AMG GT 4. It’s certainly an appealing thought, especially if Jaguar can somehow reconfigure the architecture of the F-Type to accommodate having two more seats and two more doors. It’s not impossible, but it would still need the green light from Jaguar executives.

Considering the resources it now has at its disposal; it wouldn’t be the worst idea in the world for Jaguar to dip its toes in this pool to see if it’s warm enough to jump into. Jaguar does have a history of developing four-door sports coupés so an F-Type version wouldn’t be too far out of its own wheelhouse.

References

Jaguar F-Type


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Read our full review of the 2017 Jaguar F-Type

Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door


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Read our Review of the 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2017 Jaguar F-Type

The Jaguar F-Type doesn’t stand in a league all it’s own, but it certainly stands out. Check out our hand-picked wallpaper selections and up the style of your phone, tablet, or desktop.

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Check out our full review of the 2017 Jaguar F-Type or run through the gallery below for more awesome mobile and desktop wallpapers

PostHeaderIcon Insider Knowledge – You can Save BIG Money on the Jaguar F-Type Right Now

So, here’s the deal – Jaguar isn’t advertising it, but it’s dealers are getting a major discount for each Jaguar F-Type sold. How Much? As much as $30,000 Gertrude; that’s how much. The nitty-gritty: Dealers are getting $30,000 cash incentives on the F-Type SVR, $20,000 on the F-Type R, and $10,000 on the F-Type V-6. So, if you’re planning to buy an F-Type, walk into your dealer with this knowledge, otherwise, they might try to get one over on you. Either way, this is a pretty big deal, and even if some dealers try to play stupid, others out there are already applying a full discount. And, they should.

See, the whole point of this huge dealer cash incentive is to help them move 2017 inventories, not for them to make $30,000 on some poor guy who doesn’t know what’s going on. The dealers can mark them down as much as they want, to the maximum amount and will still get their full incentive, but, there’s a catch. See, the dealers only get the cash incentive if the sale isn’t combined with promotional financing. That means you’re either paying case or walking into the door with a check pre-written by the loan agent at your bank or credit union – you know, outside financing.

With that in mind, you could – in theory – get yourself a V-6 F-Type for as little as $50,000 if your dealer has one in stock and will give you the full $10,000 cash incentive. OF course, most dealers have already sold out of the base model, as usual, so you’ll probably have to go for an R or SVT, both of which will drain the bank a bit more. But, with when you take into account that just a week ago the F-Type SVR had a sticker of $130,000, and you can now find them listed for just over $100,000, you’re still getting a damn good deal for a car that’s still new. Oh and, by the way, there’ are absolutely no dals on the table for buying or leasing a 2018 model with all current offers expiring after the new-years blowout on January 1, 2018. So, I wouldn’t hold my breath expecting to get a better deal on a 2018 model and, for what it’s worth, the 2018 model will probably be the exact same anyway so do yourself a favor and take advantage of this deal while you still can.

References

Jaguar F-Type


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Read our full review on the 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Jaguar F-Type.


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Read our full driven review on the 2016 Jaguar F-Type R.



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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar Travels The World To Show The People Of Dull And Boring The F-Type: Video

Believe it or not, but the world is a pretty interesting place. It’s so interesting that there are actual places in the world that have some unique names. Take Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scotland as two examples. They’re not exactly bustling cities. In fact, Dull is literally made up of a single street and has a population of no more than 100 people. Boring, on the other hand, is a megacity by comparison, though its population is less than 8,000 residents. Well, Jaguar has paired the towns together in what it calls the “Pair for the Ages.” So why exactly did Jaguar pick these map dots? Because where else would the Jaguar F-Type stand out so well?

The F-Type’s visit is all part of a promotional campaign by Jaguar to bring some life to these desolate places. The visit itself is newsworthy on its own, but Jaguar took it a step further by inviting residents of both Dull, Scotland and Boring, Oregon to give the sports car a spin. The results are what you’d expect. The four people who were given the opportunity to drive and ride the F-Type had the time of their lives. On top go that, they also caused a few scenes in the towns, thanks in large part to the rip-roaring noise of the F-Type’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

The whole video is a good example of Jaguar’s growing cheekiness as a company. It’s funny and informative at the same time (I didn’t even know there was a Dull, Scotland and Boring, Oregon). Best of all, the video gave the residents of the two towns a good idea on what the F-Type is all about itself. Hopefully, next time, Jaguar can petition the League of Extraordinary Communities – an actual organization – to head to the third community of these pairings: Bland, New South Wales, Australia. Who knows, the league could grow if it adds Ordinary, Maine, U.S. into the fold.

PostHeaderIcon A Jaguar F-Type with a Four-Cylinder? New Entry Level Trim on the Way

Around since 2013, the F-Type is Jaguar’s newest sports car, a spiritual successor to the E-Type, and an all-out replacement for the XK. Up until now, you could get it with a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 that’s tuned to deliver either 340 horsepower in entry-level form or 380 horsepower in S form. Or you could get a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 tuned to deliver either 550 horsepower or 575 ponies if you went with the range-topping SVR trim. Prices ranged anywhere from about $61,000 to more than $125,000 for the SVR, but as fate would have it, the F-type just might get a little more affordable and easier to obtain by those without deep pockets.

So, what’s the big deal here? Well, the F-Type is now going to be offered in entry-level form with a four-cylinder engine. But, don’t go freaking out, punching walls, or setting shit on fire just yet. See, the new four-cylinder in question is a 2.0-liter turbo with 296 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque on tap. Not bad, huh? Jaguar hasn’t mentioned where maximum horsepower kicks in within the powerband, but all of that torque is available at an excessively low 1,500 rpm – obviously, made possible by a healthy dose of turbo goodness. Power will be routed to the wheels via an eight-speed Quickshift automatic.

Sounds pretty wild, right? Well, keep reading to learn more about this new, all-aluminum, Ingenium engine and what makes it tick.

Continue reading for the full story.


PostHeaderIcon Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder

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The latest addition to the really extensive F-Type family is an efficient four-pot version. The 2018 Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder comes with a 2.0 liter engine but it’s no slouch since that 2.0 liter is capable of making 300 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful engines of its kind in the world. 

That means Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder has only 40 horsepower less than the V6 model and yet because it is lighter the performance is not that different. Acceleration from 0-60 mph takes just 5.4 seconds and maximum speed is 155 mph, which is quick by any standards. Best of all, the four-banger F-Type enjoys a fuel consumption reduction of more than 16 per cent compared to the 340 PS V6, and has CO2 emissions of just 163g/km.

The 300 PS and 400 Nm 2.0 liter engine in the Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder features especially tuned intake and exhaust manifolds so despite having less cylinder than its big brothers, this little sports car sounds just as wild. An assortment of driving aids are also present to make sure you don’t get carried away with the power. The list includes Autonomous Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Adaptive Speed Limiter and Lane Keep Assist.

Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder goes on sale shortly with a starting price of £49,900. If that sounds dear for a four-cylinder car, keep in mind this is no ordinary four-cylinder, but a posh and beautiful one with a four-pot that puts to shame most V6s.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder

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The latest addition to the really extensive F-Type family is an efficient four-pot version. The 2018 Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder comes with a 2.0 liter engine but it’s no slouch since that 2.0 liter is capable of making 300 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful engines of its kind in the world. 

That means Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder has only 40 horsepower less than the V6 model and yet because it is lighter the performance is not that different. Acceleration from 0-60 mph takes just 5.4 seconds and maximum speed is 155 mph, which is quick by any standards. Best of all, the four-banger F-Type enjoys a fuel consumption reduction of more than 16 per cent compared to the 340 PS V6, and has CO2 emissions of just 163g/km.

The 300 PS and 400 Nm 2.0 liter engine in the Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder features especially tuned intake and exhaust manifolds so despite having less cylinder than its big brothers, this little sports car sounds just as wild. An assortment of driving aids are also present to make sure you don’t get carried away with the power. The list includes Autonomous Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Adaptive Speed Limiter and Lane Keep Assist.

Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder goes on sale shortly with a starting price of £49,900. If that sounds dear for a four-cylinder car, keep in mind this is no ordinary four-cylinder, but a posh and beautiful one with a four-pot that puts to shame most V6s.

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The post Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder

Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder-0

The latest addition to the really extensive F-Type family is an efficient four-pot version. The 2018 Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder comes with a 2.0 liter engine but it’s no slouch since that 2.0 liter is capable of making 300 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful engines of its kind in the world. 

That means Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder has only 40 horsepower less than the V6 model and yet because it is lighter the performance is not that different. Acceleration from 0-60 mph takes just 5.4 seconds and maximum speed is 155 mph, which is quick by any standards. Best of all, the four-banger F-Type enjoys a fuel consumption reduction of more than 16 per cent compared to the 340 PS V6, and has CO2 emissions of just 163g/km.

The 300 PS and 400 Nm 2.0 liter engine in the Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder features especially tuned intake and exhaust manifolds so despite having less cylinder than its big brothers, this little sports car sounds just as wild. An assortment of driving aids are also present to make sure you don’t get carried away with the power. The list includes Autonomous Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Adaptive Speed Limiter and Lane Keep Assist.

Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder goes on sale shortly with a starting price of £49,900. If that sounds dear for a four-cylinder car, keep in mind this is no ordinary four-cylinder, but a posh and beautiful one with a four-pot that puts to shame most V6s.

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Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder-5
Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder-6

The post Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder

Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder-0

The latest addition to the really extensive F-Type family is an efficient four-pot version. The 2018 Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder comes with a 2.0 liter engine but it’s no slouch since that 2.0 liter is capable of making 300 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful engines of its kind in the world. 

That means Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder has only 40 horsepower less than the V6 model and yet because it is lighter the performance is not that different. Acceleration from 0-60 mph takes just 5.4 seconds and maximum speed is 155 mph, which is quick by any standards. Best of all, the four-banger F-Type enjoys a fuel consumption reduction of more than 16 per cent compared to the 340 PS V6, and has CO2 emissions of just 163g/km.

The 300 PS and 400 Nm 2.0 liter engine in the Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder features especially tuned intake and exhaust manifolds so despite having less cylinder than its big brothers, this little sports car sounds just as wild. An assortment of driving aids are also present to make sure you don’t get carried away with the power. The list includes Autonomous Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Adaptive Speed Limiter and Lane Keep Assist.

Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder goes on sale shortly with a starting price of £49,900. If that sounds dear for a four-cylinder car, keep in mind this is no ordinary four-cylinder, but a posh and beautiful one with a four-pot that puts to shame most V6s.

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Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder-5
Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder-6

The post Official: Jaguar F-Type Four-Cylinder appeared first on Motorward.

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