Jaguar Type South African. The R versions also receive an upgraded chassis, featuring adaptive dampers.

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Type sports car range has landed in South Africa, sporting a fresh face that’s more in tune with Jaguar’s latest saloon models, as well as a more digitised cabin and, in the R version at least,

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Jaguar’s supercharged 5-litre V8 continues to power the F-Type R all-wheel-drive coupe and convertible models, but they’ve been upgraded to match the 423kW, 700Nm outputs of the previous SVR flagship, which is an increase of 18kW and 20Nm, and enough to get the models from 0-100km/h in 3.7 seconds, according to claims. The R versions also receive an upgraded chassis, featuring adaptive dampers. There’s no word yet on whether there will be a new SVR model, but we are intrigued by the possibility.

Sadly the middle-model hasn’t inherited Jaguar’s new straight-six engine, instead the F-Type P380 soldiers on with the previous 3-litre V6 turbo motor, which continues to produce 280kW and 460Nm. The 2-litre four-cylinder turbopetrol (P300) also carries over, with outputs of 221kW and 400Nm.


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Date: 2020-08-11T12:00:55Z
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New in SA: Jaguar reveals pricing and specification for its heavily revised F-Type

The car, the first significant update to the model that arrived in 2014, sees changes to both the exterior and interior. The engine line-up remains unchanged and still consists of four-, six-, and eight-cylinder configurations.

Alan Volkaerts, vehicle line director, Jaguar F-Type, said: “The new F-Type is the definitive Jaguar sports car and continues to set the benchmark for design purity, driver engagement and reward, and a truly visceral driving experience.”

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As mentioned, the F-Type will continue with the range of engines that were previously available, with little to no modifications.

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Date: 2020/05/06 14:15:04
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Is Jaguar’s 1,020bhp Vision GT Coupe the most beautiful EV?

Jaguar knows how to design a pretty car, and even a handsome EV ‘ the I-Pace is a looker, says us, and who’d dare disagree? But Jag’s young team of designers has outdone itself here. This is the Vision Gran Turismo Coupe and well, phwoar, eh? A classically low, long-bonneted, svelte-hipped sports car if’ever there was’one.

The spec has a few highlights too. Firstly, it’s electric, but it can make a noise like a D-Type thanks to a recording made of an original racecar ‘ see the gallery below. We’re told ‘its race-spec 3.8-litre XK engine provides a unique layer, manipulated and woven into a futuristic and distinctive electric soundtrack.’ R-r-r-r-remix,’anyone?

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