Jaguar F-type Specs Reviews


Jaguar F-Type is proof that the British brand is back in the sports car business

Although Jaguar has produced a series of open-top two-seaters and 2 + 2s, they are really more powerful than a sports car.

The F-Type touches base for the 2014 model year as a replacement for the XK coupe and convertible. It shares a portion of the auto’s aluminum development strategies also.In a convertible or coupe body style, the high-performance Jaguar F-Type competes with cars like the BMW Z4, Mercedes-Benz SLC, and Porsche Boxster, as well as large cars like the new Chevrolet Corvette, Mercedes-Benz. AMG GT and Porsche 911.

Jaguar F-type Specs Reviews

Jaguar F-type Specs Reviews


Jaguar F-type Overviews


The F-Type ushered in several new design themes for Jaguar. It sports a high front end – to handle crash rules in Europe – and LED front lighting, with some powerful Maseratic and Corvette influences in the past. The rear lights are also LED units, and Jaguar says that it is the thinnest form that can be produced. The cockpit has an asymmetrical and driver-oriented driver theme, with passengers fenced off by a large central grid holding grid – a strong visual cue to the F-Type dynamic intent. There is a large LCD screen for infotainment and settings, while a set of play buttons controls some secondary functions. Not everything has been directed to the touch screen interface, fortunately.

Jaguar F-Type is offered with three engines when launched. Two are supercharged V-6s, both 3.0-liter units, one with 340 horsepower and the other with 380 hp. In its slowest form, the F-Type will drive up to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds. But with 5.0-liter V-8 engine with a high capacity of 5.0-liter with 495 hp power, capable of producing 4.2 seconds 0-60 mph times and a top speed of 186 mph.

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Jaguar F-type Specs Reviews

When launched, the F-Type is offered only with rear-wheel drive, and all models feature a 8-speed automatic transmission. At that time, Jaguar said it was considering adding a manual transmission to the car, something in line with the 2016 model announcement. Jaguar can add a turbocharged 4 cylinder engine at some point to provide a lower entrance fee, though that has not yet come true. All original models use a stop / start engine system to reduce fuel consumption when stopped, while the top model can be selected with a rugged active exhaust to increase audible emissions.

Slightly larger than the desired SLC, Boxster, and Z4 competition, the Jaguar F-Type is about 176 inches, driving with a 103.2-inch wheelbase. The dry weight of about 3,500 pounds is kept low by aluminum construction up to the suspension level-all independent, and electric steering. There are also adaptive suspensions available that allow the F-Type response to be switched from comfort mode to sport mode.

Luxury features have not been left out of the menu just to save a few ounces-not if a good-heeled buyer wants it. The power sports seats have forward / manual adjustments to save weight, but raising the “Performance” seat is an option, such as full power adjustment. The audio system comes from Meridian, with 10 or 12 speakers, and 380 or 770 watts of power. The top of the convertible is powered, and coated in Thinsulate to reduce noise and heat transfer, folding in such a way that no tonneau cover is required. It also lowers or rises into place in 12 seconds, at speeds up to 30 mph. A variety of personalization options are also available.

The coupe version of the F-Type was launched in 2014. It is also the only body style offered in the new V-8 R trim, which is good for 550 hp and 4.0-second 0-60 mph times, as well as a top speed of 186 mph.

For 2016, all-wheel drive is available on V-6 S and standard on the R model. Rear-drive V-6 and V-6 S are available with 6-speed manual transmission. The convertible obtained the R model, while the previous V-8 S convertible model was discontinued.

Jaguar F-type Specs Reviews

Jaguar F-type Specs Reviews

For 2017, the F-Type rod is reconfigured for slightly larger storage space. However, the main title for the new year model, is undoubtedly the most powerful F-Type addition, the SVR. With more horsepower and a top speed of over 200 mph, the SVR F-Type offers standard all-wheel drive and a 0-60 mph time in under 3.5 seconds.