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  Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar F-Type
Displacement (bore*stroke)
Compression ratio
TransmissionAutomatic eight-speed
Wheelbase2.622 mm
Turn radius10.660 mm
Wheels f/r245/45 ZR 18 (8,5") / 275/40 ZR 18 (9,5")
255/35 ZR 20 (8,5") / 295/30 ZR 20 (10,5")
Length4.470 mm
Width1.984/2.042 mm
Height1.308 mm
Payload volume min/max196 liter
Payload428 kg
Kerb weight1597 kg incl. driver
Maximum speed
Purchase price73.400 Euro

If I were F-type, in no case I would engage with a comparison with the legendary E-type. I would be glad that I, for whatever reason, to have come on the market only just 40 years after the phase out of its production.

Look at both only once from behind. Thus, a low belt line there will be probably never again. Since someone might get too much wind or even tumble out of the car. For that, one does not sit in the F-type on the car floor. However, the front of the E-type is unique in any case.

End of it. Not even the engines are comparable: In-line six-cylinder or V-12 to V-6 and V-8. Engines ranging forward until over the front axle, there are no more in this class. Short and crispy they are, wherein with crispy is meant the compressor.

You see, the F-type should be well aware of its capabilities. Even from the smallest engine is said that he would be quite sufficient. The S appears only slightly tuned and the V-8, there is probably that the F-type at least can participate even at the speed competition.

No, so relatively unique as the E-type at that time can probably be no still reasonably affordable sports car today. But the F-type has different qualities, to which belong the eight-speed automatic with quick shift and by-pass clutch or the quasi thinking with locking differential. And less fading sensitive brakes, the F-type also.

The beautiful aluminum body it is virtually free. OK, the E-type is lighter about 200 kg without driver but definitely not so warp resistant. And less capricious behavior one may seriously hope. Against icons you have it really hard ... 07/13