Published on 11 Apr 2012 by Elxwave
The Jaguar F-Type made its debut on video. In the footage the new compact sports car is entirely camouflaged, but gives the viewers a glimpse of the future shape and silhouette.
The video is presented by TV commentator and former Formula 1 driver, Martin Brundle. The prototype shown is equipped with a supercharged V6 engine likely to be coupled to an automatic transmission. The Jaguar F-Type has been developed to deliver “stunning sports car performance” and to give the driver a unique driving feeling.
Jaguar will return in the two-seater sports car segment after 20 years of absence; the latest models produced were the XJ220 and the XJR-15 in the 90s. The car will be featuring a newly designed aluminum chassis and will be based on the C-X16 concept. The Jaguar F-Type will be constructed in the Castle Bromwich’ plant; the convertible version could be on the market in mid 2013.
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