Jaguar unveils new look F-type sportscar
Jaguar has unveiled an all new F-type in the international markets, the new F-type is much improved and gets a more tamer styling as well. The F-type for 2020 sports major styling tweaks that bring it more in line with Jaguar’s latest design language.
Although the overall profile of the car is carried on unchanged, the nose has been completely redesigned. The headlights are now slimmer and come with Pixel LED treatment, while the wide looking grille gets a new mesh finish.
The sculpted front bumper is new as well and gets new model specific styling bits, while the clamshell bonnet vents on the side are new and so are the side air vents that now get Jaguar leapher detailing and R etched tailpipes. The taillamps have been restyled with chicane signature graphic, while the registration plate holder has been updated as well. The updated Jaguar F-type however rides on 10 spoke 20-inch alloy wheels.
On the inside the F-type has improved by a phenomenal margin, Jaguar has delivered on improving the cabin quality by making use of richer materials such as Windsor Leather and satin-finish Noble Chrome now part of the interior package.
The instrument cluster is now fully digital and comes with a 12.3 inch screen that can be used to configure different displays including a full map mode. The touchscreen infotainment system has been improved as well and is now a 10.01 inch display. Lastly the British automaker has also added new lightweight slimline seats with monogram stitching integrated into them.
Powering the 2020 Jaguar F-type are a range of engines with the choice of motors including a 2.0 litre four cylinder, a 3.0 litre supercharged V6 and a 5.0 V8 litre supercharged motors. The 2.0 litre four cylinder produces 296hp and the 3.0 litre turbocharged engine makes 380hp, while the top of the line 5.0 litre V8 churns out 575hp and 700Nm of torque.
The 340hp V6 however is not on sale anymore and has been discontinued from the latest F-type’s engine line-up, Transmission options for all engines include an 8-speed automatic transmission as standard. Jaguar is also offering V6 and V8 powered F-types with all wheel drive, while the 2.0 litre gets only rear wheel drive.
Jaguar however has no immediate plans to bring the F-type to India; however the sportscar could make its way to the Indian market sometime next year.