Jaguar has already disclosed a four-cylinder version of its Jaguar F-type 2017 sports vehicle that joins the currently existing V6-engined coupé as well as convertible versions in the company’s line-up.
The newcomer which is going to be offered in closed-roof and also soft-top forms, derives power from a 1,997cc turbocharged Ingenium petrol motor, boasting 296bhp at 5,500rpm. From 1,500-4,500rpm it demonstrates 295lb ft of torque.
The new Jaguar F-type 2017 four-cylinder will go on sale in the spring of 2017. For this steel beast customers should get ready to shell out at least £49,900 for the cheapest V6, while a 3.0-litre supercharged petrol engine will require £51,540.
It takes the vehicle just 5.4 seconds to accelerate to 60mph. 155 mph is its maximum speed.
Jaguar actually claims a 16%+fuel consumption reduction, compared with the 340PS V6, showing 39.2mpg in the official EU Combined cycle. As for CO2 emissions, they hit 163g/km.
Additionally, the 2.0-litre Ingenium petrol motor comes with a single twin-scroll turbocharger
All of 2018 model year F-types feature redesigned bumpers, and the brand new 2.0-litre version comes with a single exhaust outlet.