The refreshed Jaguar F-type coupe and roadster show completely different temperaments, but still remain a British style icon.
The debut of the original Jaguar F-Type took place almost seven years ago, and the car never changed generations, which is quite unusual for sports models. During this time, many technical improvements were made and even one restyling was carried out. It is noteworthy that he did not affect his appearance much. Despite its venerable age, the manufacturer does not plan to part with this generation and at the end of the outgoing 2019 rolls out another, second in a row, restyling of the original generation. The car, for the most part, has retained its line of powertrains, some of which have undergone slight modifications.
The car did not receive the new three-liter six from the Ingenium series. It turned out to be economically unprofitable to introduce it. It is not difficult to distinguish a novelty from a pre-reform version. The manufacturer gave her a completely new look. From the front, it resembles the rest of the lineup. Striking narrow, elongated headlights with L-shaped sections of daytime running lights at the bottom. For an additional fee, they can be equipped with matrix sections of the main beam and a direction indicator in the form of a running line. The radiator grill has become wider, has lost the plastic cover and received a design in the form of a black mesh.
The side air intakes have also become noticeably narrower. At the stern, you can see brake lights with different graphics and a different stamping under the license plate. The cabin is also full of changes. So, before the driver’s eyes, instead of the usual analog scales, there is a completely virtual instrument panel with a diagonal of 12.3 inches. It has several options for displaying instrument readings and is capable of displaying information from the navigation system.
On the center console, you can see the new Touch Pro infotainment system. It has an enlarged display and is capable of self-updating the software.
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Jaguar F-Type Oil Capacity
|Engine||Oil Capacity (with filter)||Oil Type|
|2.0L 4-cyl Engine AJ20P Turbo||6.9 quarts (6.5 liters)||0W-20|
|3.0L 6-cyl Engine AWD||6.9 quarts (6.5 liters)||0W-20|
|3.0L 6-cyl Engine RWD||7.7 quarts (7.2 liters)||5W-20, 0W-20|
|5.0L 8-cyl Engine AWD||6.9 quarts (6.5 liters)||0W-20|
|5.0L 8-cyl Engine RWD||7.7 quarts (7.2 liters)||5W-20, 0W-20|
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Jaguar F-Type Transmission Fluid Capacity
|Transmission||Fluid Capacity||Fluid Type|
|8HP70 8-speed automatic transmission||Total Fill 9 quarts (8.5 liters)||SL096|
|6S-45 manual transmission||2.5 pints (1.2 liters)||SL179|
The Jaguar F-Type will be powered by four different gasoline engines, flocking to classic hydromechanical automatic transmissions. Basic configurations will receive an in-line turbocharged four with 300 horses and 400 Nm of torque. Rear-wheel drive.
The next stage is a V-shaped three-liter six with a mechanical supercharger. It produces 450 forces and 580 Nm of torque, and also delivers with both rear and all-wheel drive. Older trim levels will receive a real five-liter V8 with a compressor. It is available in two power options: 450 and 475 horses. The less powerful version will receive two types of drive, and the older one will only have a full drive.