Monday, March 24, 2014
Jaguar F type - Just a little. The F- coupe is stiffer car Jaguar has ever built. In fact, technology is smarter among you will notice that the number of 33,000 Nm per degree makes it one of the stiffest cars in history. The F Convertible is as solid as convertibles go . This thing is twice as stiff . It's a real professional boxer , the impression that is firmly underlined by the addition of a roof. The convertible is the builder of the image, and with more than 10,000 for a year, do the work for Jaguar sold before arrival . But that's what we've been waiting for. It also looks strong, especially the eye up the rear.So, how does it feel ?No cost or obligation .
Jaguar persisted in a circuit called Motorland , deep in the desert of Northern Spanish . This is a level FIA approved track 3.2 miles long, and a place of MotoGP . It is also in places with difficult nature of the vertices view and blind crests , which provide the driver in question and punish a wayward chassis very difficult. Jaguar Type FR - randomly fastest car ever Jag at the 'Ring with 7 min 39secs lap time - it's perfectly fine. Turn- in , grip, and balance are all top drawer , suggesting that this is a Jaguar , the tears as happy a track as it is on the way . There are not many of those. Go for the optional carbon ceramic brakes and special rubber from Continental forged wheels and are stunning elbows close to the degree of interactivity GT3 . Clever uses torque vectoring brake to kill lower and electronic differential of R maximizes traction. Turn off everything , though, and that R is 542bhp , a theoretical train - goods . There is enough power to replace pieces of their anatomy - 186mph all out, 0 - 60mph in 4.0secs - the Porsche Turbo annoying things for a lot less money.OK, so this is the R. But still a throbbing $ 95,000 or less, with the carbon brakes . Tell me about the V6 now please .There is good news .
You may remember that the V6 S was the election of TG while driving the convertible in the past year . Well, this time we would take the R - - the ceiling makes a huge difference - but the S supercharged 3.0-liter ( £ 66.330 ) has 375bhp and 339 pairs , and very sweet flowing on the road. Your address is linear, full of opinions and even eight-speed box " is not as smooth as the change of a job bilayer , which is pretty good . Which is long and the short of it, to do progress very fast, very nice. Nearly enough to the R to move from his mind ... the driver -centric cabin feels even more concentrated a roof over your head , too.Is full- drive Jaguar's promised ?Sip . Even with 375bhp , you still have to take and wring out to make the best of it until 6500rpm redline the V6 S by the neck. It's just so delicious in tight hairpins where your brakes ( 380 mm steel discs front) and allow you to address soles exactly where you want it. In very fast flowing roads, has a lot of grip and impressive composure . The important thing is that you do everything in a way that distinguishes it from the competition. In one word : character.Problems ?There are some . Strange for a Jaguar , the Jaguar F-Type Coupe - S and R in disguise - Touring and pompoms on busy roads , instead of flattening of the shortcomings in the traditional form of the Jaguar . In fact, it is sometimes irritating enough to give your true back pain. The and firmer seats interrupt Coupe fall at its other major role as long-range Cruiser GT. Maybe it's the price you pay for the super - to pay rigid body , but it is a more docile and less likely that you will take 911 usually on a direct line to the osteopath .Is it the way it looked lairy when TG went first?No, on a wet road , the Jaguar F-Type coupe is still a handful , almost like a civilized TVR 2014. But after 24 hours and 500 miles or so , we would say this is a well weighted , Junior accessible supercar. And, of course , still sounds like Brian Blessed gargling mouthwash infused whiskey. A source Jag there is more "room" with the engine, so pay attention to a 600 hp RS in the fullness of time . This could redefine " sideways"