The next great surprise Jaguar will have to do with the long-awaited renovation of the Jaguar F-Type. The sports car of the british brand takes months showing camouflaged during development testing, but finally the time has come to discover all these new developments that until now have been able to maintain in secret. More a redesign deep that a completely new model, what we do know is that the new Jaguar F-Type 2020 promises developments that will not be without controversy.
The new generation of the Jaguar F-Type will seek to strengthen the sport in its segment through an emphatic start to the day. Keeping the proportions of the model that we know with slight modifications in both their dimensions, yes that you will discover an exterior design that is completely new, inspired by the latest creations from Jaguar and highlighting some traits are more sharp than those seen to date. That said, on the 2nd of December Jaguar will move us from questions at an event held in collaboration with Hot Wheels.
In the interior is where most will change this Jaguar F-Type 2020, as it will check the entire cockpit to integrate the latest generation of the infotainment system of the brand. This will result in a box of instruments digital of 12.3″ and a multimedia system with touch screen of 10″. In the same way waiting for the arrival of the peculiar area that combines knobs and tactile, a solution that has become the hallmark of the house and offers an interesting alternative to the so fashionable screens 100% tactile to reduce distractions.
And What will happen under your engine? The arrival of the strictest standards concerning anti-pollution and compliance with regulations WLTP have been put in serious jeopardy to the engine “Supercharged” Jaguar Land Rover. So, while it gives confirmed the engine 2.0 Turbo which we already knew, on top of the engine there is a sea of doubts. Everything seems to point to that the big surprise could be the arrival of the new engine 6-cylinder in-line with technology semihíbrida, an engine able to convince in performance and efficiency, but could also bring the elimination of the manual change. But do we ever see a F-Type V8? This is the big question, as the 5.0 V8 supercharged is seen for decision, a propellant that could in the future be replaced by a 4.4-liter V8 Twin-Turbo source BMW as part of the agreement that has been reached between the German firm and Tata Motors.