celebrate the final Model Year of Jaguar F-Type and 75 years of Jaguar sports
cars in 2023, customers in India can choose the F-Type 75 special edition,
powered by Jaguar’s supercharged331 kW 5.0-litre V8 engine, in both coupé and
convertible body styles.
unique interior and exterior design elements, rich specifications and the
unique paint option of Giola Green metallic, the special edition is a fitting
celebration of combustion engine performance before Jaguar becomes a pure
electric modern luxury brand from 2025
R-Dynamic and the special edition F-Type 75 are available in a range of
powerful, responsive engines including four- and eight-cylinder options, with
outputs from 221 kW(P300) to 331 kW (P450)offering outstanding driver reward
and an unmistakable sound.
customers can configure their new model at www.jaguar.in.
The Jaguar F-Type is the definitive Jaguar sports car from a rich bloodline
spanning 75 years and including some of the most iconic models ever built.
the final Model Year, on sale from early 2023, the range has become simpler and
more focused, making it easy for customers to select their perfect F-Type. The
car looks more purposeful and assertive than ever too, with 20 inches wheels
standard on all models, and discreet detail changes such as the wheel centres
and grille badge changing from red to black, and the R-Dynamic badge accent
colours now black and grey instead of red and green.
new Jaguar F-Type 75 special edition is distinguished by unique interior and
exterior design elements, carefully curated specifications, and – of course –
the supercharged 5.0-litre Jaguar V8 engine synonymous with F-Type.
Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM), a part of the Anglian Omega Group has announced a joint venture with iM3NY, a prominent battery technology player in the US, to bring battery cell technology in the Indian ...
Continental is promoting the development and use of open source software. The technology company has adopted a manifesto that emphasises its commitment to collaborative work with Free and Open Source ...
Nearly 50 DHL Express vans will begin running on the Michelin UPTIS airless tyre to make last-mile deliveries in Singapore by the end of 2023. The pilot programme begins with the first vehicles making...