Jaguar’s new two-seater sports car is called F-type and it is set to make its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in June 28. The announcement was made at the New York Auto Show last month with the decision to built the car coming after the C-X16 prototype. Jaguar is still in development and it will launch as a two-seater convertible with petrol engines.
The car was designed unique for the purpose: there was a style in it. The tops of the gadget involved in a single scan and front air intake of the rear spoiler. The body material of Jaguar was made entirely of aluminium fibre and engine-trans axle assembly was rigidly attached to the body. This V6 or V8 engine is directly evolved from the synchronic 3.0-litre-power-plant engines and used the same five valve per cylinder technology.
F-type car, which will make inclusive use of alumnium in its build will be launched initially as a convertible and will “focus uncompromisingly on delivering driver reward”. The power will come from a range of petrol engines including a new family of powerplants.
Jaguar’s Global Brand Director said, “Its development is a vivid design of the confidence and the desire among our engineers and design team to produce a world-leader in a market segment that we have been absent from for too long. But no longer – the F-Type is coming.”
Jaguar has verify that its new two-seater sports car will be released in the summer of 2013. The ambition of the F-type is to make “Jaguar a world-leader in a market because it had been absent from for too long”.