What will the updated version of the Jaguar F-Type shooting brake body look like?December 24, 2019
Independent artists from the X-Tomi Design team presented their vision of what a sports Jaguar F-Type shooting brake would look like. The brand’s leadership is unlikely to decide to present a production version of such a car.
Earlier this month, Jaguar introduced an updated version of its F-Type sports car – the novelty will be positioned as a 2021 model year car. Instead of completely changing the current appearance of its popular model, the automaker made only a few minor but important changes to the car body, improved the ergonomics of the passenger compartment, and revised the composition of the motor range.
Independent artists from the X-Tomi Design team decided to take a fresh look at the British novelty and dream up on the topic of what if the Jaguar F-Type 2021 would be released in a station wagon. Such sports car designs usually get the designation Shooting Brake.
It is unlikely that the management of Jaguar will decide to introduce a sports model F-Type in the station wagon.
Now, the British F-Type sports car looks significantly longer and lower than before, and a longer roof helps to further emphasize these proportions. One of the changes Jaguar made to the style of the car is to change the horizontal direction of the headlights. Previously, Jaguar arranged them vertically along the front. Horizontal headlights expand the front design. Unfortunately, we cannot see what is happening with the rear of this car, although the changes in the Jaguar F-Type coupe are much larger there.
With a design change, Jaguar also changed the line of powertrains. While the 2.0-liter turbocharged V6 turbo engine remains unchanged, brand engineers have improved the 5.0-liter turbocharged V8. The most powerful performance of the sports coupe will be the F-Type R – there will be no more powerful SVR. F-Type R will be able to boast of a 575-horsepower engine (700 Nm). This version of the model is capable of accelerating to 100 km / h in 3.5 seconds.
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