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Jaguar F-Type X152

Production: 2013 - present

Production Type: Mass Production

About Jaguar F-Type X152

The F-Type X152 is a series of grand tourers, It is the so-called "spiritual successor" to the famous E-Type. The car's JLR D6a platform is based on a shortened version of the XK's platform.  The F-Type name was first used on a pair of completely unrelated concepts as far back as 1982, when Jaguar realised that the XJ-S had grown too large in size and weight to be classed as a proper successor to the E-Type. Then, two new projects, codenamed the XJ41 (Coupé) and XJ42 (Convertible) got to an advanced state of development by 1988, however the project was cancelled when Ford Motor Company took over Jaguar in 1989. The XJ41/XJ42 studies ultimately evolved into the Aston Martin DB7 and the Jaguar XK8 which were launched in 1994 and 1996 respectively.

Jaguar F-Type X152 Technical Specification

2.0 L – Ingenium Turbocharged I4
3.0 L – Supercharged AJ126 V6
5.0 L – Supercharged AJ133 V8

6-Speed Manual – ZF S6-45
8-Speed Automatic – ZF 8HP

3.5 Seconds (0-100 kmh / 0-62 mph) – F-Type SVR

Top speed
322 km/h / 200 mph – F-Type SVR

Body Style
2-Door Coupé
2-Door Convertible

4,470 mm / 176 in
1,923 mm / 75.7 in
1,308 mm / 51.5 in

2,622 mm / 103.2 in

1,597 kg / 3,521 lb – F-Type Coupé
1,665 kg / 3,671 lb – F-Type Convertible

Jaguar F-Type X152 Photogallery

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