2018 Jaguar F-Type 400

Jan 13, 2017

Category: Rides

It isn’t like the Jaguar F-Type really needed that much of a facelift to begin with. The car already has a sleek and aggresive look to it that sets it apart from almost all others on the road. The folks in Coventry, England, however, figured that they could refine it a little more by outfitting the car with a more powerful 3.0 liter supercharged V6 capable of putting out 400 horses. Hence the name – the 2018 Jaguar F-Type 400.

When compared to the pervious model, there isn’t too much you’ll find changed. It is essentially the same body, just packed with more goodies. Most notable is the car’s Configurable Dyamics that let drivers adjust the performance of the vehicle depending on conditions. Also worth noting is the fancy Touch Pro ‘infotainment’ system for seamlessly streaming music, and the ReRun app. The app lets you record your driving via a GoPro, and then overlays stats like speed, gear position, RPM, G-force, and more right over the video. Pretty cool if you can get out to a track, but if your commute is anything like ours it’ll just record brake lights for twenty minutes. All of this combined with an interior that is outfitted with dark leather slimline seats and yellow stitching make the new 2018 Jaguar F-Type 400 hard not to covet. Keep an eye out for this one – it is due out early this year. [Purchase]

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