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  1. Il gruppo Chery è relativamente giovane essendo nato soltanto nel 1997, ma uno dei più controversi e conosciuti a causa delle innumerevoli azioni giudiziarie intentate dai diversi gruppi automobilistici per appropriazione indebita di proprietà intellettuale. Tra i sub-brand troviamo l'omonimo Chery, Qoros (da poco nuovamente in attività), Exeed, Karry e Jetour. Il gruppo ha anche stipulato dal 2012 una JV con Jaguar, la Chery Jaguar Land Rover, per la produzione di veicoli in loco. Chery inoltre, è uno dei colossi cinesi che forniscono veicoli all'italiana dr.
  2. ALAN VOLKAERTS JAGUAR I-PACE VEHICLE LINE DIRECTOR I-PACE: in dettaglio Più intelligente, veloce e connessa La principale novità, all’interno dei lussuosi e spaziosi interni della I-PACE è il nuovo sistema d’infotainment Pivi Pro. Il quadro strumenti virtuale ad elevata definizione da 12,3 pollici, i due touchscreen, uno superiore e uno inferiore, da 10 e 5 pollici** e i controller rotativi tattili multifunzione, dispongono di una grafica nitida, definita e moderna in grado di offrire all’utente un’esperienza a bordo intuitiva e accattivante. Traendo ispirazione dalle tecnologie degli smartphone, il sistema Pivi Pro è molto semplice da utilizzare. Il suo potente processore e l’ ”avvio rapido” consentono al sistema di essere pronto all’uso dal momento in cui il guidatore si siede al volante. Grazie al supporto di una batteria di back-up integrata, l’inizializzazione della navigazione richiede solo pochi secondi. La nuova e intuitiva struttura del menu rende più semplice la navigazione del sistema. Ora, le caratteristiche e le funzionalità più utilizzate sono accessibili con solo un clic attraverso la schermata iniziale. Il rinnovato sistema di navigazione riduce il numero di passaggi necessari per impostare una destinazione e, proprio come su uno smartphone, consente agli utenti di allargare o ridurre la visuale di una mappa con un semplice gesto delle dita. Ora la I-PACE dispone di un sistema opzionale di ricarica wireless nella parte inferiore della console centrale; il sistema consente di usufruire anche di un potenziamento del segnale del dispositivo. Lo Smartphone Pack con Apple CarPlay® e l’Android Auto™ sono disponibili di serie così come la tecnologia Bluetooth in grado di accoppiare simultaneamente due telefoni ed essere quindi sempre connessi. Per quanto concerne la connettività, i clienti non dovranno più preoccuparsi dell’utilizzo dei dati o dell’acquisto di una SIM, in quanto sulla I-PACE troveranno una SIM integrata con doppio modem (eSIM)*** e un piano dati 4G gratuito, che consentirà lo streaming musicale illimitato attraverso Spotify, Deezer o Tunin, così come gli aggiornamenti simultanei di mappe, meteo, calendario e condizioni del traffico. Il nuovo sistema d’infotainment Pivi Pro aiuterà l’utente a raggiungere qualsiasi destinazione più facilmente e in minore tempo. Il navigatore infatti, ora utilizza algoritmi di autoapprendimento per ottimizzare il percorso. Quando la vettura viaggerà attraverso aree già percorse e note, la guida vocale rimarrà in silenzio. Inoltre, grazie alla funzionalità SOTA (Software Over The Air), le mappe saranno sempre le più aggiornate possibili. Per semplificare ulteriormente il processo, Pivi Pro è in grado di aggiornare in modo automatico le stazioni di ricarica durante il tragitto. Il sistema selezionerà i punti più performanti per ridurre al minimo la durata del viaggio. Sulle lunghe percorrenze, Pivi Pro mostrerà anche il livello di carica previsto all’arrivo in ogni waypoint. STEPHEN BOULTER JAGUAR I-PACE VEHICLE ENGINEERING MANAGER Assistenza alla guida e benessere La I-PACE è stata progettata per proteggere tutti gli occupanti a bordo e ciò le ha consentito di ottenere il massimo punteggio delle cinque stelle nei test EuroNCAP. L’innovativa tecnologia digitale rappresenta un ulteriore supporto per il guidatore e per gli utenti della strada. La visuale è stata notevolmente migliorata grazie ad una nuova stereocamera 3D, in grado di offrire una vista in pianta digitale a 360° dell’area circostante e dei potenziali pericoli, che vengono mostrati sul touchscreen centrale. Nell’abitacolo interno, lo specchietto retrovisore ClearSight migliora la fruibilità e la visione, assicurando sempre al conducente una visuale della strada retrostante senza impedimenti, anche in presenza dei tre passeggeri posteriori o con il bagagliaio da 656 litri ricolmo fino al tetto. Il sistema ClearSight utilizza una fotocamera posteriore grandangolare, collegata ad uno schermo ad alta risoluzione posizionato all’interno dello specchietto privo di cornice. Un piccolo interruttore a levetta su di esso, consente al guidatore di passare facilmente dalla visuale standard a quella della fotocamera. Perfettamente integrata nel modulo antenna sul tetto, la fotocamera ad alta definizione opera in tutte le condizioni, anche in presenza di una scarsa luce ambientale, mentre una palpebra protettiva e un rivestimento idrofobo, contribuiscono a proteggerla dall’acqua e a mantenere l’obiettivo il più pulito possibile. Tutti gli occupanti beneficiano di un migliorato sistema di gestione del clima, che offre un riscaldamento e un raffrescamento intelligente ed efficiente fino a quattro zone, in modo totalmente indipendente. La ionizzazione dell’aria dell’abitacolo, progettata per eliminare gli allergeni, dispone ora anche di un sistema di filtraggio che cattura le particelle ultrafini, inclusi i particolati PM2.5, che migliora la salute e il benessere degli occupanti. Un importante vantaggio del nuovo sistema di filtraggio è che, durante la ricarica, i clienti possono utilizzare il sistema di pre-climatizzazione della I-PACE (che ottimizza la temperatura della batteria), per eliminare allergeni e particelle ultrafini prima di iniziare un viaggio. Maggiore scelta per il cliente Disponibile su tutti i modelli della gamma I-PACE, il lussuoso e opzionale Bright Pack è un perfetto completamento della nuova finitura Atlas Grey della griglia anteriore. Il Bright Pack accentua maggiormente il design mozzafiato della I-PACE grazie alla cornice Noble Chrome della griglia, alle calotte degli specchietti delle portiere Atlas Grey, alle cornici dei finestrini Satin Chrome e al diffusore posteriore Atlas Grey. L’attuale Black Pack opzionale è stato migliorato con l’applicazione di una finitura nero lucida nei badge posteriori. Rinnovata anche la palette di colori disponibili con l’introduzione delle varianti Caldera Red, Portofino Blue, Aruba e Eiger Grey. All’interno, i clienti potranno beneficiare di un sistema audio Meridian 3D Sourrond Sound System opzionale, dotato di tecnologia TrifieldTM. Il sistema dispone di due speaker aggiuntivi nel rivestimento del cielo per un totale di 16 altoparlanti che, insieme al subwoofer, offrono una magnifica esperienza d’ascolto a tutti gli occupanti. Guidare elettrico diventa semplice La Jaguar I-PACE è stata progettata per rendere fruibile al meglio ogni aspetto della vettura e rendere il possesso di un veicolo elettrico più semplice che mai. Grazie ad una autonomia fino a 470 km (ciclo WLTP) della sua batteria da 90 kWh, i clienti con un pendolarismo quotidiano di livello medio, dovrebbero ricarica la propria I-PACE solo una volta la settimana**** La I-PACE viene offerta con una garanzia della batteria di 8 anni o 160.000 km. Uno strumento di calcolo disponibile sul sito jaguar.it mostrerà con semplicità come alcuni fattori, quali la velocità della vettura, la temperatura a bordo e le impostazioni della climatizzazione possono influenzare l’autonomia che ci sia spetta di avere nella vita reale Jaguar ha sviluppato l’app iGuide, che facilita la ricerca e la comprensione delle principali funzioni e controlli della I‑PACE. Rappresenta un manuale utente disponibile sul proprio dispositivo mobile, garantendo una pronta risposta a qualsiasi dubbio sulla ricarica in tempo reale Durante le fasi di ricarica nei luoghi pubblici, il cavo della I-PACE si blocca in posizione non appena la vettura viene chiusa e non può essere scollegato fino al momento in cui l’auto non viene sbloccata, dando al cliente la libertà di godersi la giornata mentre la vettura è in carica La Jaguar I-PACE ha una modalità Eco Mode che aiuta a preservare l’autonomia riducendo l’esaurimento energetico e incoraggiando ad uno stile di guida più efficiente. Questa modalità apporta anche piccole variazioni alla temperatura dell’abitacolo, al ricircolo dell’aria e a una serie di altre funzioni dell’auto. Attraverso Ie impostazioni del menu o il normale azionamento di ciascuna funzione è possibile bypassare queste modifiche. La I-PACE è dotata di una funzione SOTA (Software Over The Air). Questo sistema consente di aggiornare da remoto l’infotainment, la gestione della batteria e la ricarica, apportando continui miglioramenti alla I-PACE nel corso del tempo via Jaguar
  3. Jaguar presenta il modello aggiornato della sua Coupe' e Roadster sportiva, la F-Type. Il modello aggiornato ha un nuovo frontale, più basso ed aggressivo che presenta una griglia a rete a nido d'ape più grande. È affiancato da fari più sottili e prese d'aria più sportive. Il resto del modello non è tanto dissimile, ma i nuovi proprietari troveranno un nuovo cofano, ruote rinnovate e prese d'aria anteriori aggiornate. I cambiamenti di stile continuano sul posteriore, con un paraurti rivisto e nuovi fanali posteriori che abbandonano l'accento circolare descritto sul suo predecessore. All'interno, la F-Type non cambia molto, il che è una buona cosa. L'aggiornamento principale è alla tecnologia con un cluster di indicatori digitali riconfigurabile da 12,3 pollici davanti al conducente che sostituisce gli indicatori analogici e il sistema di infotainment touchscreen da 10 pollici aggiunge la compatibilità Apple CarPlay e Android Auto, oltre alla funzionalità di aggiornamento software via etere (OTA). Le manopole rotonde per il gruppo clima, la manopola del volume montata sulla console centrale ed il selettore del cambio simile a un joystick sono tutti elementi nuovi per il M.Y. 2021. Un'enfasi è stata posta sui materiali e sui dettagli all'interno dell'abitacolo della F-Type del 2021 con pelle Windsor, pelle scamosciata, nobile cromo e cuciture monogramma sui sedili e sul rivestimento delle portiere. In un cenno al passato del marchio, "Jaguar" è impresso nelle guide delle cinture di sicurezza e nel vano portaoggetti. Sotto il cofano, sarà disponibili un assortimento vario di motori, tra cui un entry-level rappresentato dal 4 cilindri Ingenium turbo da 2,0 litri che produce una potenza di 221 kW / 300 CV ed una coppia di 400 Nm. Ciò consente all'auto di correre da 0 a 100 km / h in meno di 5,4 secondi, prima di raggiungere una velocità massima di 250 km / h. Gli acquirenti in cerca di più potenza possono optare per un V8 sovralimentato da 5,0 litri che sviluppa una potenza di 331 kW / 450 CV e una coppia di 580 Nm. Il motore è collegato a un cambio automatico a otto rapporti che può essere associato a un sistema di trazione integrale (optional). Indipendentemente dal fatto che il modello sia dotato o meno di AWD, l'auto accelera da 0-10 km/h in 4,5 secondi e ha una velocità massima di 285 km / h (autolimitata). Per coloro che cercano il massimo delle prestazioni, c'è la F-Type R potenziata che ora produce 423 kW / 575 CV e 700 Nm di coppia. Grazie all'eccezionale grinta, il modello R polverizza lo 0-100 km / h in 3,6 secondi e arriva a 300 km / h. Parlando della F-Type R, la vettura è dotata di un "telaio completamente potenziato" che sfoggia "nuovi ammortizzatori adattivi, molle, barre antirollio e sospensioni posteriori più rigide e snodi sferici". Il modello è stato inoltre dotato di un set di cerchi da 20". Entrambi i modelli V8 hanno anche una nuova funzione Quiet Start. Come suggerisce il nome, consente di avviare l'auto senza svegliare il quartiere. Per fare ciò, i modelli sono stati dotati di un sistema di scarico che presenta valvole di bypass azionate elettricamente che rimangono chiuse all'avvio. I clienti statunitensi perdono il motore V8 entry-level, ma ottengono un V6 da 3,0 litri sovralimentato che produce 283 kW / 385 CV e 459 Nm di coppia. Sebbene non sia potente come il V8, il modello viene fornito di serie con trazione integrale, un differenziale a slittamento limitato e il sistema Torque Vectoring. MODELLO STANDARD R-DYNAMIC FIRST EDITION R F-TYPE 300 CV 78.300 € 81.300 € 93.000 € -- F-TYPE V8 450 CV ND 113.600 € 123.500 € -- F-TYPE V8 450 CV AWD ND 120.400 € 130.400 € -- F-TYPE R 575 CV -- -- -- 150.800 € SPECIFICHE F-TYPE 300 CV F-TYPE V8 F-TYPE V8 AWD F-TYPE R Potenza max 300 CV a 5500 rpm 450 CV a 6000 rpm 450 CV a 6000 rpm 575 CV a 6500 rpm Coppia max 400 Nm @ 1500 - 4500 rpm 580 Nm @ 2500 - 5000 rpm 580 Nm @ 2500 - 5000 rpm 700 Nm @ 3500 - 5000 rpm Velocità max 250 km/h 285 km/h 285 km/h 300 km/h Accelerazione 0-100 km/h 5,7 s 4,6 s 4,6 s 3,7 s Consumo medio * 8,1 l/100 km 10,6 l/100 km 11,0 l/100 km 11,0 l/100 km Emissioni CO2 * 184 g/km 244 g/km 252 g/km 252 g/km Cartella completa Jaguar F-Type Topic Spy ➡️ Clicca qui!
  4. Finalmente debutta l’aggiornamento della segmento E di Coventry, con nuovi paraurti, griglia anteriore, fari anteriori con grafica Double J e posteriori ridisegnati. Sotto il cofano il diesel 2.0 diventa MHEV e guadagna 24 cv arrivando a 204 totali; in alternativa il 2.0 benzina viene proposto nelle varianti da 250 e 300 cv mentre il V6 viene eliminato dal range. Come per F-PACE interni totalmente ridisegnati con nuovo infotainment PIVI, e molti ADAS aggiornati o prima non disponibili. Confermata la Wagon, Sportbrake. Press Release: JULIAN THOMSON DESIGN DIRECTOR, JAGUAR The new Drive Selector – just one of the many beautiful details – features an upper section finished with ‘cricket-ball’ stitching, the lower part being made of precision-engineered metal for enhanced tactility. New door casings, featuring a new 360-degree grab handle, provide easier access and increased storage for drinks bottles and other items. New seats feature wider cushioning, new massage functions and enhanced coverage of the heated and cooling areas. An embossed Jaguar Leaper features on all standard headrests, while a set of ‘Est.1935 Jaguar Coventry’ upholstery tags highlight the brand’s heritage. NEW JAGUAR XF SALOON – INTERIOR IMAGE NEW JAGUAR XF SPORTBRAKE – INTERIOR IMAGE NEW JAGUAR XF SPORTBRAKE – INTERIOR IMAGE A series of advanced technologies ensure the health and wellbeing of all occupants. Optional on all models, Cabin Air Ionisation improves interior air quality through Nanoe technology, which helps remove allergens and unpleasant odours. The system also features PM2.5 filtration, which captures ultra-fine particles – including PM2.5 particulates – to improve occupant health and wellbeing. The customer activates the system simply by pressing the ‘Purify’ button. ADVANCED, EFFICIENT ENGINES The new Jaguar XF and XF Sportbrake feature a focused range of Ingenium four-cylinder petrol and next-generation diesel powertrains, the diesel being equipped with Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV) technology. The new XF is available exclusively with eight-speed automatic transmissions, rear- or all-wheel drive, and the following engine options: Diesel 204PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, RWD / AWD Petrol 250PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, RWD / AWD 300PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, AWD The 204PS diesel produces 430Nm, its MHEV system uses a Belt integrated Starter Generator (BiSG) situated in the engine bay to harvest energy usually lost when slowing and braking, which is then stored in a 48V lithium-ion battery located beneath the rear loadspace. It is able to redeploy the stored energy to assist the engine when accelerating away while also delivering a more refined and responsive stop/start system. NEW JAGUAR XF – MHEV POWERTRAIN INFOGRAPHIC The new 204PS diesel MHEV powers the XF Saloon RWD variant from 0-60mph in 7.1 seconds (0-100km/h in 7.6 seconds) and produces CO2 emissions from 130g/km* and up to 57.2mpg (4.9 l/100km)*. The XF Sportbrake AWD version is capable of 0-60mph in 7.5 seconds (0-100km/h in 8.0 seconds) and produces CO2 emissions from 137g/km* and fuel economy of up to 54.2mpg (5.2l/100km)*. This delivers low running costs and represents a 13 per cent improvement in emissions and 14 per cent in efficiency for the XF Saloon RWD compared to the outgoing 180PS diesel engine diesel engine in addition to a power increase of 24PS. Petrol customers can choose between 250PS or a 300PS version of the 2.0-litre four-cylinder producing 365Nm and 400Nm respectively. Both feature the latest engine technologies including a twin scroll turbocharger and Continuous Variable Valve Lift (CVVL), for a strong combination of refined performance and efficiency. The 250PS petrol engine delivers fuel economy of 35.2mpg (8.0 l/100km)*, CO2 emissions from 181g/km* and 0-60mph in 6.5 seconds (0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds) for the XF Saloon RWD model and from 188/km* and up to 33.9mpg (8.3 l/100km)* for the XF Sportbrake RWD version. The 300PS XF Saloon, available exclusively with all-wheel drive, achieves 0-60mph in 5.8 seconds (0-100km/h in 6.1 seconds). All engines are paired with Jaguar’s eight-speed automatic gearbox, which can be controlled using the steering wheel shift paddles for added driver engagement. The new XF features Jaguar’s next-generation Electronic Vehicle Architecture, dubbed EVA 2.0, which supports a range of new technologies to ensure the future-ready vehicle is always connected and always up to date. The latest Pivi Pro infotainment technology is accessed through the all-new 11.4-inch curved glass HD touchscreen. Key benefits include enhanced clarity, the screen being three times brighter and 48 per cent larger than the previous screen, and the simplified menu structures allow drivers to access or view up to 90 per cent of common tasks from the homescreen in two taps or less. To help drivers access vital information quickly, new XF features a new 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display with enhanced graphics and a configurable layout which can show full screen navigation mapping with turn-by-turn instructions, digital dials, media, contact list or infotainment details. Working in conjunction with the latest Head-up Display technology, new XF gives drivers all the information they need with least distraction. The intuitive new infotainment system features Apple CarPlay® as standard and allows customers to connect two phones simultaneously via Bluetooth. Android Auto™and Baidu CarLife (market dependant) are also available as standard depending on market applicability. Wireless device charging with phone signal booster allows occupants to fast charge their smartphone. The system also provides clearer calls through the help of an external aerial. To enable almost instantaneous start-up, Pivi Pro has a dedicated power source, so is ready to use as soon as customers get behind the wheel. The collection of new convenience technologies includes Software-Over-The-Air (SOTA)*** capability, which ensures the XF is always using the latest software. The technology means that owners don’t have to visit retailers to receive software updates for the vehicle. Pivi Pro connectivity is provided by the latest embedded dual-sim technology with two LTE modems enabling the system to carry out multiple functions at the same time, such as streaming media and downloading SOTA updates, without compromising performance. The advanced connectivity also ensures minimal interruptions caused by coverage blackspots as it roams across network providers for the strongest signal. Segment-first Active Road Noise Cancellation technology constantly monitors vibrations from the road surface and calculates the opposite phase sound wave needed to remove the noise heard by the occupants. This means quieter noise levels within the cabin for superior refinement and reduced fatigue, commonly associated with prolonged exposure to low-frequency noise. Cabin occupancy is monitored, with the system continuously optimising performance to deliver the best possible experience for everyone. The lightweight technology ensures that vehicle weight and handling characteristics remain unaffected. In addition, Jaguar’s ClearSight Interior Rear View Mirror** gives the driver an unobstructed view of the road behind. Using a wide angle rear-facing camera, the system feeds images to a high-definition screen within the frameless rear view mirror; unhindered by tall rear passengers, poor light or rain on the rear screen. For enhanced convenience, the second-generation wearable Activity Key can be used to lock, unlock and start the vehicle without the need for the conventional key fob to be present in the vehicle. The rechargeable device incorporates a watch and has a battery life of up to seven days between charges NEW JAGUAR XF SPORTBRAKE – EXTERIOR DYNAMIC The new Guardian Mode (UK only) also uses a timer to provide added security and peace of mind when using the Secure app. It allows customers to identify times when the vehicle will be inactive, for example through the night, and receive alerts to their smartphone if it is used during this window – giving immediate warning of any unauthorised movements. The new XF also benefits from the latest generation of driver assistance technology. This includes Clear Exit Monitor, which alerts both front and rear occupants to the presence of an approaching car or cyclist when exiting the vehicle. Adaptive Cruise Control automatically maintains a set distance from the vehicle in front. Jaguar’s latest 3D Surround Camera technology delivers advanced 3D functionality using the latest camera technology to deliver more detail and a choice of real-time viewing optional when manoeuvring the vehicle. Jaguar’s commitment to creating strong and lightweight vehicles, continues with the new XF. The aluminium-intensive architecture features recycled aluminium from closed-loop manufacturing for greater sustainability and is an important contribution towards Jaguar’s journey to Destination Zero, a world of zero emissions, zero accidents and zero congestion. Customers can choose from S, SE and HSE specification packs, all are available in R-Dynamic specification. Also optional on all models is the Black Exterior Pack. Clicca Qui ➡️ Topic Spy
  5. Messaggio Aggiornato al 14/09/2015 F-PACE R-Sport F-PACE S carscoops Press Release: Jaguar Prezzi: ------ Standing ovation
  6. Evoluzione del precedente Vision Gran Turismo Coupé, vuole esserne la sua variante Endurance. Press Release: JULIAN THOMSON DESIGN DIRECTOR, JAGUAR JAGUAR VISION GRAN TURISMO SV Designed as the ultimate virtual endurance racer, the Jaguar Vision GT SV pays homage to its illustrious forebears not only in a host of styling and surfacing references but in its unique circuit board livery which nods to milestones such as the Le Mans debuts of the C-type and D-type in 1951 and 1954 respectively. ENGINEERED BY EXPERTS The streamlined, lightweight composite body structure now houses four Jaguar Racing and SV-designed electric motors to the Coupé’s three, generating a combined output of 1,903PS (1,400kW) and 3,360Nm of instant torque with the traction and dynamics benefits of intelligent all-wheel drive and torque vectoring. Acceleration from 0-60mph takes just 1.65 seconds, on the way to a maximum speed of 255mph. The task of harnessing the Gran Turismo SV’s power to deliver an even more exhilarating racing experience for gamers fell to Jaguar’s SV engineering team. JAMAL HAMEEDI ENGINEERING DIRECTOR, JAGUAR SV JAGUAR VISION GRAN TURISMO SV The Vision GT Coupé’s elegant silhouette is still clearly recognisable in the GT SV, including the curvature of the C-type and D-type-inspired fenders, and – even with the additional motor driving the front axle – the wheelbase remains unchanged at 2,721mm. Measuring 5,540mm from nose to tail, the GT SV is 861mm longer overall – a change driven entirely by aerodynamics. To deliver the increased downforce needed for greater traction for faster cornering and increased high speed stability on long straights, the GT SV has a new front splitter and a new deployable rear wing. To solve the often conflicting requirements of increasing downforce while also minimising drag, the SV team worked with Jaguar’s designers to develop a full suite of features which work together to improve dynamics, stability, performance and efficiency. In addition to the larger, more effective splitter – which produces downforce over the front axle –apertures in the front valance channel air across the face of the front wheels to reduce turbulence and help air to flow cleanly towards the rear of the car. Air passing through the wheel wells is also smoothed towards the rear via exit vents in the fenders. The completely enclosed, sculpted underbody – which includes a keel element behind the front axle to aid high-speed stability – accelerates airflow, reducing its pressure and therefore helping to reduce lift, before it exits at the rear via a large venturi. JAGUAR VISION GRAN TURISMO SV The single most effective aero feature developed for the GT SV is its deployable rear wing, inspired by endurance racing cars from Jaguar’s rich lineage, including the XJR-14. Meticulously developed from concept to final design through many iterations, the wing’s main, fixed, section wraps over and around the back of the car, blending smoothly into the rear haunches. The wing is designed as an integral element of the sculpted bodywork while also providing the aerodynamic performance required for endurance racing: two moveable sections automatically rise at speed to deliver extra downforce when needed but drop back to their nominal positions to minimise drag. As a result, the GT SV has a drag coefficient of Cd 0.398 – remarkably low for a race car – but also generates 483kg of downforce at 200mph. MICHEAL O’REGAN AERODYNAMICS SENIOR ENGINEER, JAGUAR SV ELECTRIFYING PERFORMANCE Jaguar Racing engineers developed the GT SV’s extraordinary quad-motor all-electric propulsion system. They also designed the system for the first Jaguar Vision GT car, applying all of their knowledge and experience from developing the Jaguar I-TYPE over six successive seasons. The work was split into two main projects: A second 407PS (300kW) motor to the front axle to deliver the higher power and torque ratings required. Then the thermal management system was further improved to cope with the higher loads and to ensure that sustained high speeds and extreme acceleration could be maintained throughout an endurance race. With one motor driving each wheel, the GT SV’s propulsion system generates a combined output of 1,903PS (1,400kW) and 3,360Nm torque. Each motor has its own single-speed transmission: these are designed to give the strength and robustness needed for the high torque ratings, together with minimal mass and friction for optimum efficiency, and the capability to deliver the car’s 255mph top speed. As well as electric all-wheel drive the one motor per wheel configuration also enables infinite control of lateral and longitudinal torque distribution, delivering a step-change in torque vectoring capability for even greater traction, agility, and control. Power comes from a state-of-the-art lithium-ion battery pack which is housed low down in the GT SV’s light, stiff body structure, delivering a low centre of gravity, a low roll centre and near-perfect weight distribution. JAGUAR VISION GRAN TURISMO SV JAGUAR VISION GRAN TURISMO SV INTERIOR IMAGE FOR NEWS RELEASE - CHRIS REQUEST INTRODUCING THE JAGUAR VISION GRAN TURISMO SV: THE ULTIMATE ALL-ELECTRIC GAMING ENDURANCE RACE JAMES BARCLAY TEAM DIRECTOR, JAGUAR RACING The thermal management system is enhanced by an additional liquid nitrogen circuit which provides extra capacity to enable the battery to provide maximum power for longer while remaining within its ideal temperature range. The nitrogen cooling is also linked to the boost button within the cabin to ensure that even during the most demanding operating conditions the battery will not exceed its upper temperature limit. THE ULTIMATE VIRTUAL DRIVING EXPERIENCE The unique, powertrain soundscape so fundamental to the visceral driving experience of the Jaguar Vision GT Coupé has been further enhanced for the GT SV version. Reflecting the increase in power and torque from the four electric motors to its precursor’s three, the GT SV generates a sound that is even more purposeful and distinctive, and is authentically yet futuristically Jaguar. Building to a crescendo at the 40,000rpm redline, it reflects the GT SV’s true racing DNA and delivers unrivalled driver reward. The experience is heightened by an interior designed for racing. The pure, sweeping surfaces within the cockpit truly envelop the driver and position the instruments and perfectly weighted controls exactly where they need to be. Every component is beautifully crafted with absolute precision from advanced lightweight materials, including the new TYPEFIBRE fabrics used to cover the two sculpted composite seats. TYPEFIBRE is an innovative system of performance materials being developed by Jaguar to deliver a lighter alternative to leather with outstanding comfort and durability. TYPEFIBRE fabrics will be tested by Jaguar Racing in the I-TYPE 5 during season 7 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.
  7. Modifiche più leggere per E-Pace, con nuovi paraurti, calandra e fari aggiornati (quelli i anteriori con la firma J Blade). Dentro nuova consolle con schermo curvo da 11.4’’ e sistema Pivi Pro, strumentazione digitale da 12.3’’ optional, nuovo selettore, pannelli porta ridisegnati e nuovi materiali per tappezeria. Migliorato il confort grazie a modifiche alle sospensioni e all‘insonorizzazione. Debutta la E-Pace 300 Sport con il 2.0 Turbo a 4 cilindri con tecnologia MHEV e 300 cv, e la PHEV dotata del 1.5 a tre cilindri con automatico e AWD + elettrico per 309 cv totali. Qui la gamma motori al completo: Diesel 163PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, six-speed manual, FWD 163PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 204PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD Petrol 160PS MHEV 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, FWD 200PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 249PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 300PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 309PS PHEV 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, AWD Press Release: JULIAN THOMSON DESIGN DIRECTOR, JAGUAR The driver focussed interior also provides easier access to the larger stowage area in front of the new Drive Selector that houses the 15W wireless device charger. Driver touchpoints around the cluster are now wrapped in soft touch materials whilst the knee side contact area has been sculpted to provide improved luxury and comfort. The new Drive Selector – just one of the many beautiful details – is lower and wider and features an upper section finished with ‘cricket-ball’ stitching, the lower part being made of precision-engineered metal for enhanced tactility. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE Focus on materials extends to the metallic speaker accents and metallic vent finishes which, along with elements such as the metallic rotary dials, exemplify the premium interior. A new steering wheel, which is influenced by the design in the all-electric I-PACE performance SUV, features hidden-until-lit switches and metal gearshift paddles. Heightened attention to detail is provided by an embossed Jaguar Leaper on the headrests while ‘Est.1935 Jaguar Coventry’ upholstery tags reference the history and heritage of the brand. Additional beautiful details include Jaguar animal print pattern in the central cubby area and in front of the drive selector. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE TRANQUIL SANCTUARY INFOGRAPHIC PLUG-IN POWER AND PERFORMANCE New E-PACE utilises Jaguar’s Premium Transverse Architecture, which has been designed and engineered to accommodate the latest electrified powertrain technologies. This includes the new three-cylinder P300e PHEV**** powertrain as well as the next-generation four-cylinder diesel and latest petrol Ingenium engines, which feature Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV) technology. Advanced features include intelligent All-Wheel Drive and smooth-shifting automatic transmissions, ensuring the new E-PACE delivers the confidence-inspiring dynamics, traction and refinement expected from a Jaguar. The new engine line-up comprises: Diesel 163PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, six-speed manual, FWD 163PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 204PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD Petrol 160PS MHEV 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, FWD 200PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 249PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 300PS MHEV 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, nine-speed automatic, AWD 309PS PHEV 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo, eight-speed automatic, AWD NEW JAGUAR E-PACE DOWNLOAD The advanced 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol engine is the latest member of the modular, flexible Ingenium engine family, and is available in E-PACE with both PHEV and MHEV technology. The lightweight new aluminium engine – 33kg lighter than the four-cylinder – delivers strong performance and refinement with low levels of friction which contribute to excellent efficiency and fuel consumption. The exhaust manifold is integrated into the aluminium cylinder head, this contributes to the rapid warm-up times and minimises the distance from the exhaust ports to the turbocharger’s turbine wheel for improved responses. The new P300e PHEV powertrain combines the 200PS 1.5-litre three-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine and a 109PS (80kW) Electric Rear Axle Drive (ERAD) motor. This ensures impressive performance and efficiency, with 0-60mph in 6.1seconds (0-100km/h in 6.5 seconds), CO2emissions from 44g/km and fuel economy up to 141mpg (2.0 l/100km) (WLTP TEH combined). The compact ERAD motor is powered by a 15kWh lithium-ion battery located under the boot floor. When fully charged it provides up to 34 miles (55km) of all-electric range, enabling the new E-PACE PHEV to complete the average UK daily commute, to and from work, of 18.8 miles (30.2km) in EV mode without requiring a recharge***. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE PHEV POWERTRAIN INFOGRAPHIC On both the three-cylinder petrol, and four-cylinder petrol and diesels, the MHEV system uses a Belt integrated Starter Generator (BiSG) in the engine bay to harvest energy usually lost when slowing and braking, which is then stored in a 48V lithium-ion battery located beneath the rear loadspace. It is able to redeploy the stored energy to assist the engine when accelerating and delivers a more refined and responsive stop/start system. With MHEV technology, the new 160PS 2.0-litre three-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine (FWD only) achieves CO2 emissions from 181g/km and fuel economy up to 35.2mpg (8.0l/100km)*. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE PHEV DOWNLOAD DIRK LORENZ CHIEF PRODUCT ENGINEER The new E-PACE is also available with the next-generation 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium diesel and the latest 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium petrol powertrains, paired with MHEV technology, AWD and nine-speed automatic transmissions. The 163PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel MHEV produces 380Nm, with CO2 emissions from 167g/km and fuel economy up to 44.3mpg (6.4 l/100km). The 204PS MHEV produces 430 Nm and is capable of covering 0-60mph in 7.9 seconds (0-100km/h in 8.4 seconds) while returning up to 43.9mpg (6.4 l/100km) with CO2emissions from 169g/km*. Also available in six-speed manual transmission, FWD-only form is a 163PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel non-MHEV engine with CO2 emissions from 158g/km and fuel economy up to 46.9mpg (6.0 l/100km)*. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE MHEV POWERTRAIN INFOGRAPHIC The latest powertrain features a selection of advanced engine technologies to enhance refinement and efficiency, including high strength steel pistons for the first time. They reduce friction while a variable vane turbocharger and the new 2,500 bar piezo common rail injection system, which delivers even finer control of fuel delivered into the cylinders, also optimise efficiency. The 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine is available in three power outputs, all featuring MHEV technology. The 200PS version produces 320Nm of torque and will complete 0-60mph in up to 8.0 seconds (0-100km/h in 8.5 seconds), while the 249PS, 365Nm powertrain will complete the same 0-60mph benchmark in up to 7.0 seconds (0-100km/h in 7.5 seconds). Heading up the petrol engine range is the 300PS variant. Available exclusively in the 300 SPORT, it produces 400Nm of torque delivering 0-60mph in 6.6 seconds (0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds). The advanced powertrain features the latest engine technologies including intelligent Continuous Variable Valve Lift (CVVL), which works alongside Variable Cam Timing (VCT) technology supported by a twin scroll turbocharger for a strong combination of refined performance and efficiency. CHASSIS AND TRANSMISSION NEW JAGUAR E-PACE DOWNLOAD Significant updates to the body architecture of the new E-PACE deliver enhanced dynamics, comfort and convenience. The new Premium Transverse Architecture features new engine mounts, which contribute to an improvement in throttle response. The new architecture also provides improved front suspension attachment point stiffness, delivering a more comfortable ride while retaining trademark Jaguar agility. The structure reduces vibration and harshness across the whole cabin, making it a tranquil sanctuary for all occupants, while also reducing cabin noise for enhanced comfort and refinement. The majority of models feature Jaguar’s intelligent all-wheel-drive system, with three-cylinder AWD models mated to eight-speed automatic transmissions, four-cylinder models using nine-speed automatic transmissions. Ratios are closely-spaced for immediate response, with manual control facilitated by using the zinc-alloy steering wheel shift paddles for added driver engagement. A six-speed manual gearbox is fitted as standard on the front-wheel-drive 163PS diesel derivative. The new E-PACE’s AWD system utilises second generation ‘Standard Driveline’ technology, which automatically distributes the torque between the front and rear wheels to ensure traction is always maximised. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE DOWNLOAD For the first time, Standard Driveline features Driveline Disconnect technology. During steady state cruising, the setup disengages the AWD system, sending power only to the front axle, delivering increased fuel efficiency. Exclusive to the 300 SPORT, Jaguar’s second-generation Active Driveline AWD system delivers accomplished all-wheel traction with trademark dynamic capability. Like the Standard Driveline setup, the Active Driveline AWD system is able to transfer torque between the front and rear axles. Further to this, at the rear axle, two independent electronically-controlled wet-plate clutches are able to distribute torque across the rear wheels, with the capability to direct 100 per cent of that torque to either rear wheel in 100 milliseconds (0.1 seconds). All E-PACE models have Jaguar Drive Control featuring Comfort, Eco, Rain-Ice-Snow (on FWD models) and Dynamic modes, which can be chosen manually by the driver based on the road conditions. The settings, selected through a toggle switch next to the all-new Drive Selector, adapt the E-PACE’s steering, transmission, throttle and (when specified) Adaptive Damping calibrations. Additionally, new Adaptive Surface Response, which replaces Rain-Ice-Snow mode on all AWD models, automatically determines the most appropriate of three separate settings by monitoring the surface conditions every tenth-of-a-second and reacting within half a second. The E-PACE uses Jaguar’s sophisticated Integral Link rear suspension concept. The Integral Link architecture separates lateral and longitudinal forces, providing the optimum combination of responsive steering and handling with longitudinal impact absorption and refinement. CUTTING-EDGE CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE DOWNLOAD The new E-PACE features Jaguar’s advanced Electronic Vehicle Architecture, dubbed EVA 2.0, which supports a range of new technologies to ensure the vehicle is always connected and always up to date. The latest Pivi Pro infotainment technology is accessed through a new curved glass 11.4-inch HD touchscreen. Key benefits include enhanced clarity – the screen is three times brighter and 48% larger than the previous screen – and the simplified menu structures allow drivers to access or view up to 90 per cent of common tasks from the homescreen in two taps or less. To enable almost instantaneous start-up, Pivi Pro has its own dedicated power source, so navigation is ready as soon as the driver is behind the wheel, while the embedded apps available – including Spotify, Deezer and TuneIn – provide full functionality even without your smartphone. Further connected features include Google and Microsoft Outlook calendar integration which enables the driver to view work diaries and even join important calls through the hands-free system. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE DOWNLOAD Pivi Pro connectivity is provided by the latest dual-sim technology with two LTE modems enabling the system to carry out multiple functions at the same time, such as streaming media and downloading SOTA updates, without compromising performance. The cutting-edge connectivity also ensures minimal interruptions caused by coverage blackspots as it roams across network providers for the strongest signal. Advanced SOTA connectivity enables customers to download and install software updates without having to visit a Jaguar retailer. Updates are downloaded in the background, with customers notified by an alert detailing the key changes. For updates that require the vehicle to be switched-off, customers can schedule a convenient time for installation. Pivi Pro is fitted as standard to S, SE and HSE models and is optional on the core E-PACE derivative. Standard on this entry model is Pivi infotainment which supports navigation functionality via the driver’s smartphone using Apple Carplay®. Pivi also features Android Auto™as standard. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE PIVI PRO INFOGRAPHIC Complementing the central 11.4-inch touchscreen is the latest 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display with enhanced graphics and a configurable layout which can show full screen navigation mapping with turn-by-turn instructions, digital dials, media, contact list or infotainment details. The interactive driver display works in conjunction with the latest generation full colour TFT Head-up Display which is brighter, with a larger information area and enhanced resolution. Cabin Air Ionisation improves interior air quality through Nanoe technology, which removes allergens and unpleasant odours. The advanced system features PM2.5 filtration, which captures ultra-fine particles – including PM2.5 particulates – to improve occupant health and wellbeing and is activated by pressing the ‘Purify’ button within the central touchscreen. For enhanced convenience, the second-generation wearable Activity Key can be used to lock, unlock and start the vehicle without the need for the conventional key fob to be present in the vehicle. The rechargeable device incorporates a watch and has a battery life of seven days between charges. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE NEW JAGUAR E-PACE INTERIOR IMAGE The new E-PACE also features Jaguar’s ClearSight Interior Rear View Mirror technology for the first time. The system brings improved convenience by ensuring the driver has an unobstructed view of the road behind. Using a wide angle rear-facing camera, the system feeds images to a high-definition screen within the frameless rear view mirror; unhindered by tall rear passengers, poor light or rain on the rear screen. The latest 3D Surround Camera technology delivers advanced 3D functionality using the latest camera technology to provide more detail and a choice of real-time viewing options when manoeuvring the vehicle. The selection of settings includes Junction View, 3D Perspective View, and ClearSight Plan View. Jaguar’s Driver Condition Monitor technology is able to detect if the driver is beginning to feel drowsy and alert them to take a break. The technology uses inputs from thousands of data points, some of which are measured every one thousandth of a second – including steering, pedal inputs and general driving behaviour – to detect signs of tiredness. In addition, Adaptive Cruise Control maintains a set distance to the car in front, for more relaxed, enjoyable and less tiring long distance journeys. 300 SPORT The new range-topping 300 SPORT is exclusively powered by the 300PS petrol engine and is capable of 0-60mph in just 6.6 seconds (0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds). It features a selection of the latest technologies for enhanced performance, including Active Damping, Adaptive Dynamics, Active Driveline and Configurable Dynamics. Available in all exterior colours, it features 20-inch five-spoke Diamond-turned with Black accent wheels, Black Exterior Pack and powered tailgate. On the inside, illuminated Jaguar treadplates, Meridian Audio, Ebony Suedecloth headlining and R-Dynamic Taurus Sport seats in Ebony, Cloud or Deep Garnet all help to set the 300 SPORT apart. NEW JAGUAR E-PACE 300 SPORT Customers can choose from S, SE and HSE trim levels and all are available in R-Dynamic specification. Optional on all models is the Black Exterior Pack. Also available is the new 300 SPORT specification. Jaguar Clicca Qui ➡️ Topic Spy
  8. Jaguar Hello Spank! I-PACE otterrà paraurti modificati nelle loro parti inferiori, a giudicare da quanto emerge dai patents sfuggiti. Azzardo, ma non ci vuole chissà quale genio, modifiche più importanti all’interno. motor1.com
  9. Le novità si estendono alla piccola XE, che ottiene il 2.0 D da 204 cv con tecnologia MHEV, nuovi sedili e volante ed il rinnovato infotainment con software PIVI Pro con aggiornamenti Over The Air. Debuttano anche l’allestimento R-Dynamc Black e nuovi ADAS. Press Release: COLIN KIRKPATRICK CHIEF PRODUCT ENGINEER Petrol customers can choose between the 250PS or a 300PS version of the Ingenium 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, available at 2020 model year, which produce 365Nm and 400Nm of torque respectively. Both feature the latest engine technologies including a twin scroll turbocharger and Continuous Variable Valve Lift (CVVL), for a strong combination of refined performance and efficiency. The 250PS petrol engine delivers fuel economy of up to 35.6mpg (7.9 l/100km)*, from CO2emissions of 179g/km* and 0-60mph in 6.4 seconds (0-100km/h in 6.7 seconds).The powerful 300PS engine – exclusively mated to Jaguar’s intelligent all-wheel drive system - is able to propel the XE from 0-60mph in 5.6 seconds (0-100km/h in 5.9 seconds). LATEST CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES XE 21MY INTERIOR IMAGE DOWNLOAD The XE features Jaguar’s latest Pivi Pro infotainment system, accessed through the seamlessly integrated 10-inch central touchscreen, while the 5.5-inch lower touchscreen, also powered by the new Pivi technology, combines two multi-functional LED rotary controllers for intuitive operation of key vehicle functions. To help drivers access vital information quickly, the 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display gets enhanced graphics and a configurable layout which can show full screen navigation mapping with turn-by-turn instructions, digital dials, media, contact list or infotainment details. Working in conjunction with the latest Head-up Display technology, XE gives drivers all the information they need without distraction. The intuitive new infotainment system features Apple CarPlay® as standard and allows customers to connect two phones simultaneously via Bluetooth. Android Auto™ and Baidu CarLife are also available as standard depending on market applicability. To enable instantaneous start-up, Pivi Pro has a dedicated power source, so is ready to use as soon as customers get behind the wheel. This is all underpinned by Jaguar’s next-generation Electronic Vehicle Architecture, dubbed EVA 2.0, which supports further new technologies to ensure the future-ready vehicle is always connected and up to date. A collection of new convenience technologies includes Software-Over-The-Air (SOTA)** capability, which ensures the XE is always using the latest software. Keeping the vehicle updated in this way means that owners don’t have to visit retailers in order to receive the latest software. Pivi Pro connectivity is provided by embedded dual-sim capability, with two LTE modems enabling the system to carry out multiple functions at the same time, such as streaming media and downloading SOTA updates, without compromising performance. This level of connectivity also ensures minimal interruptions caused by coverage blackspots as it roams across network providers for the strongest signal. XE 21MY INTERIOR IMAGE XE 21MY INTERIOR IMAGE XE 21MY INTERIOR IMAGE For enhanced convenience, the second-generation wearable Activity Key can be used to lock, unlock and start the vehicle without the need for the conventional key fob. The rechargeable device incorporates a watch and has a battery life of seven days between charges. The integrated 15W wireless device charger now features signal booster technology (market dependent). The system uses an external antenna to improve the smartphone’s signal when being used inside the car. The new Guardian Mode (UK only) also uses a remotely programmable timer to provide added security and peace of mind when using the Secure app. It allows customers to identify times when the vehicle will be inactive, for example through the night, and receive alerts to their smartphone if it is used during this window – giving immediate warning of any unauthorised movements. Pivi Pro is fitted as standard to SE and HSE models and is optional on S models. Standard on the S model is Pivi infotainment which supports navigation functionality via the driver’s smartphone using Apple Carplay®. Pivi also features Android Auto™ as standard. WORLD-CLASS DESIGN XE’s luxurious interior retains soft-touch and authentic materials throughout. Everything from the instrument panel topper and console sides to the door armrest and lower cabin are wrapped in tactile materials for improved comfort. A new split-rim steering wheel design further emphasises the attention to detail within the cabin. Elsewhere throughout the cabin, details include an embossed Jaguar Leaper on the headrests and a new quilt design is available for the seating. Enhanced Cabin Air Ionisation improves interior air quality through Nanoe™ technology, which removes allergens and unpleasant odours. The system now also features PM2.5 filtration, which captures ultra-fine particles – including PM2.5 particulates – to improve occupant health and wellbeing. The customer activates the system simply by pressing the ‘Purify’ button. The exterior, extensively updated when the new XE was introduced last year, features the same wide grille and bumper design, delivering a planted appearance. The grille features a lattice mesh design with a full, curved profile – a visual cue shared with the all-electric I-PACE – which highlights the muscularity of the design. Wide and sharp lower apertures create a technical and purposeful impression, with crisply defined profiles and muscular flowing forms. The rear of the car delivers a strong graphic and gives the impression of greater visual width for a planted impression while also aiding aerodynamic performance. XE 21MY EXTERIOR IMAGE DOWNLOAD All XE models are available with the enhanced Black Exterior Pack which delivers a stealthier appearance with bespoke elements finished in Gloss Black. These include the grille mesh, grille surround, lower air intake surrounds, side vents, window surround and new for 21MY, black exterior badging. Jaguar’s commitment to creating strong and lightweight vehicles, continues with the XE. The aluminium-intensive architecture features recycled aluminium from closed-loop manufacturing for greater sustainability and is an important contribution towards Jaguar’s journey to Destination Zero, a world of zero emissions, zero accidents and zero congestion. Customers can choose from S, SE and HSE specification packs, all are available in R-Dynamic specification. The Jaguar XE is available to order now at www.jaguar.com
  10. Per il 2021 la SVR conferma il 5.0 V8 Supercharged da 550 cv aggiungendo però più coppia (700 Nm) e raggiungendo una velocità massima maggiore. Il cambio è l’otto rapporti automatico, mutuato dalla XE SV Project 8. Modifiche anche all’impianto frenante, dotato dell’Integrated Power Boost e anche lo sterzo, adesso più preciso e diretto. Le modifiche estetiche ed interne seguono quanto visto sulla F-PACE standard. Press Release: MICHAEL VAN DER SANDE MANAGING DIRECTOR, JAGUAR SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS PINNACLE OF PERFORMANCE The new F-PACE SVR is available exclusively with Jaguar’s 550PS 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged petrol engine, now with 700Nm torque – an increase of 20Nm. This uplift in torque delivers enhanced performance, with the F-PACE SVR capable of 0-60mph in 3.8 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.0 seconds), three-tenths of a second faster than before, and a top speed of 178mph (286km/h), an increase of 2mph. The powertrain now features the same torque converter used in the record-breaking Jaguar XE SV Project 8 sedan, to withstand the higher loads produced. As well as the improved torque and acceleration, CO2 emissions are also reduced from 281g/km to 275g/km with fuel economy now up to 23.1mpg (12.2l/100km)**. Enabled by Jaguar’s advanced new Electronic Vehicle Architecture, dubbed EVA 2.0, the transmission and dynamics systems have also benefitted from incremental tweaks. The uprated Dynamic mode features unique tuning, delivering a focused and honed driving experience. Jaguar SV’s engineers have recalibrated the software to provide sharper throttle response, stiffen the suspension set up, optimise steering weighting and enhance the exhaust mapping. A new Dynamic Launch feature also uses driveline inertia to maintain power to the wheels during gear changes, contributing to the SVR’s sharper acceleration from a standstill. At the same time, F-PACE SVR is now more comfortable and enjoyable to drive at a relaxed pace, without compromising its high-speed dynamics, further underlining the new model’s duality of purpose. The steering system is enhanced with a new electronic power-assistance system delivering greater immediacy, providing a heightened connection between the vehicle and driver. There is a more defined difference to the steering feel between Comfort and Dynamic modes, to give these settings more focus. Modified tuning of the adaptive damping provides a more refined ride at low speeds, which is further improved by revised chassis bushes. This tuning change has again allowed for greater definition of the ride between Comfort and Dynamic drive settings, demonstrating the F-PACE SVR’s dual capabilities as a luxurious and refined SUV with exceptional performance available in an instant. Drivers also benefit from improved brake feel in the new F-PACE SVR. The 395mm (front) and 396mm (rear) two-piece disc brakes are now supported by a new Integrated Power Booster which, along with a recalibration of the system, delivers a sportier and shorter brake pedal. This tuning is specific to the SVR performance flagship, while the brake system uses an electric booster, rather than a vacuum system. The improved cooling and aerodynamics of the vehicle also improve the performance of the brakes, giving the driver even greater confidence. The 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged petrol engine is paired with Jaguar’s ultra-responsive, smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission which delivers rapid gearshifts for effortless performance, while adapting the way power is delivered to suit the driving situations. PAUL BARRITT F-PACE SVR CHIEF PROGRAMME ENGINEER, JAGUAR SV Jaguar’s All-Wheel Drive with Intelligent Driveline Dynamics is fitted as standard. The technology has a rear-wheel drive bias for enhanced driver engagement and performance, with predictive and reactive software that can distribute torque to the front and rear axles independently, and almost instantly, to provide greater control and stability in low traction conditions. The retuned rear Electronic Active Differential delivers enhanced performance and greater confidence when required. Adaptive Dynamics suspension technology ensures a precise, dynamic set-up coupled with a supple ride. In order to achieve this, the technology constantly analyses acceleration, steering, throttle and brake pedal inputs. Height sensors at each corner of the vehicle measure the vertical body movement, roll and pitch 100 times a second, while steering inputs are measured 500 times a second. Adaptive Dynamics uses these inputs to continually adjust the damper stiffness to maximise comfort and control. Configurable Dynamics provides enhanced driver appeal by enabling the driver to set up the vehicle to suit their personal preferences, with a choice of Comfort or Dynamic settings applied to the throttle mapping, gear shift points, steering effort and suspension. A stopwatch, G-Meter and pedal graph also help the driver to monitor performance in Dynamic mode while Adaptive Dynamics continuously adjusts the dampers for enhanced comfort and refinement depending on road and driving conditions. The new F-PACE chassis now supports the introduction of the latest JaguarDrive Control and new Auto Vehicle Hold function. JaguarDrive Control features Comfort, Eco, Rain-Ice-Snow and Dynamic modes, which can be chosen manually by the driver based on the road conditions. The settings, selected through a new rotary dial next to the all-new Drive Selector, optimise the F-PACE SVR’s steering, transmission, throttle and (when specified) Adaptive Dynamics settings accordingly. Auto Vehicle Hold provides added convenience and smoother operation than conventional Automatic Hill Hold. The new technology holds the brakes for an unlimited period of time when stationary on a gradient, only releasing the brakes when the driver depresses the accelerator to drive away. PURPOSEFUL RACE-INSPIRED EXTERIOR The design of the new F-PACE SVR is inspired by SV’s motorsport experience, with enhanced airflow and aerodynamic benefits delivered through new apertures and vents for improved powertrain and brake cooling. The changes deliver superior aerodynamic performance including 35 per cent reduced lift and drag reduced from 0.37Cd to 0.36Cd. As well as the performance enhancements, these elements also provide a more purposeful aesthetic. Surrounding the new SVR-badged grille, the revised bumper design features X-shape and blade-like elements intersecting the lower side air vents and intakes. An enlarged lower intake improves airflow, to cool the F-PACE SVR’s 550PS powertrain. While the new-look design delivers performance benefits, it also provides a more athletic appearance by visually lowering the front of the vehicle. The larger aperture is framed by enlarged side vents, which help to direct air to the wheelarches for enhanced brake cooling. The openings are finished with a grille mesh design inspired by the record-breaking Jaguar XE SV Project 8, reflecting the lineage of high-performance Jaguar SV models. A new stretched diagonal blade element feeds further airflow to the brakes and engine, and adds to the dynamic stature of the vehicle, giving the F-PACE SVR a wider and lower stance. New diagonal blades below the lower bumper, shaped in partnership with the SV aerodynamics team, ensure every design detail has a functional purpose, while also helping to visually plant the F-PACE SVR closer to the road. The super-slim all-LED quad headlights with ‘Double J’ Daytime Running Light (DRL) signatures are available with optional Pixel LED technology* and deliver increased resolution and brightness. Adaptive Driving Beam capability* evaluates the road ahead and automatically adapts the high beam light to mask oncoming traffic or traffic signs, the system can create varying light beam patterns by selecting different LED segments to optimise visibility and minimise risk of distracting other drivers. The new front-end design is finished by a longer bonnet design which features a wider power bulge flanked by air vents to help extract hot air from the engine bay. New slimline rear lights feature Jaguar’s trademark double chicane graphic – first seen on the all-electric I-PACE – which accentuate the width of the vehicle. The new look is completed with the addition of the updated SVR logo, while quad tailpipes feature in the lower bumper, giving a visual reminder of the performance potential on offer. The new F-PACE SVR is also available with a new 22-inch forged alloy wheel design. The five-spoke design is finished in Gloss Black with Satin Grey inserts, with the grey tone matching other exterior finishes on elements such as the side air vents and wheel arch trim, for a stealth-like appearance. This is all finished off with the new SVR logo printed on the wheel. PRECISION CRAFTED INTERIOR The interior of the new F-PACE SVR is comprehensively redesigned, with materials enhanced to heighten the dynamic character of the revised cabin and its controls. Seat and door inserts are finished in Alcantara, with elements such as the central cubby and leather midroll wrapped in luxurious Windsor leather. The 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display is wrapped in Alcantara with ebony stitching, while aluminium patterned finishers feature as standard with open-pore carbon fibre available as an option. Optional slimline semi-aniline leather sports seats with heritage logo-inspired diamond embroidery across the front shoulder section, feature a unique perforation across the backrest, while the same pattern is used on the leather on the seatbacks. An embossed SVR logo on the headrests adds a final flourish. Jaguar’s new Drive Selector has a more performance-focused feel for the F-PACE SVR, finished in dimpled leather with heritage logo-inspired detailing and debossed SVR logo underlining the new model’s attention to detail. The outer rim of the bespoke SVR split-rim steering wheel wears the same leather finish, while the inside of the wheel features a unique Mars Red SVR stitch detail. Tactile zinc-alloy shift paddles provide heightened driver engagement when making manual gear changes. Beside the Drive Selector sits the Start button and a new metallic rotary dial – for the JaguarDrive Control settings – which features knurled edging for a premium look and feel. At the heart of the precision crafted and luxurious interior, with its new sporty centre console, incorporating an optional wireless device charger and improved console stowage, is the seamlessly integrated centrally-mounted 11.4-inch curved-glass HD touchscreen, which sits within an elegant magnesium alloy casing and provides access to the intuitive new Pivi Pro infotainment. A series of advanced technologies ensure the health and wellbeing of all occupants. Cabin Air Ionisation improves interior air quality through Nanoe technology, which removes allergens and unpleasant odours. The system now also features PM2.5 filtration, which captures ultra-fine particles to improve occupant health and wellbeing. Customers activate the system simply by pressing the ‘Purify’ button within the infotainment. CUTTING-EDGE CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES The new F-PACE SVR features Jaguar’s advanced Electronic Vehicle Architecture, dubbed EVA 2.0, which supports a range of new technologies to ensure the future-ready vehicle is connected and up to date. The latest Pivi Pro infotainment technology is accessed through the all-new 11.4-inch curved glass HD touchscreen. Key benefits include enhanced clarity – the display is three times brighter and 48% larger – and the simplified menu structures allow drivers to access or view up to 90 per cent of common tasks from the homescreen in two taps or less. To help drivers access vital information quickly, new F-PACE SVR also features a new 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display with enhanced SV-specific graphics and a configurable layout which can show full-screen navigation mapping with turn-by-turn instructions, digital dials, media, contact list or infotainment details. Working in conjunction with optional Head-up Display technology, new F-PACE SVR gives drivers all the information they need with minimal distraction. To enable instantaneous start-up, Pivi Pro has a dedicated power source, so it’s ready to use as soon as customers get behind the wheel. The intuitive new infotainment system features Apple CarPlay® as standard and allows customers to connect two phones simultaneously via Bluetooth. Android Auto™ is also available as standard depending on market applicability. Optional wireless device charging with phone signal booster allows occupants to fast charge their compatible smartphone. The system also provides clearer calls through the help of an external aerial. The collection of new convenience technologies includes Software-Over-The-Air (SOTA) capability, which ensures the performance SUV is always using the latest software. The technology means that owners don’t have to visit retailers to receive software updates for the vehicle. Pivi Pro connectivity is provided by the latest embedded dual-sim technology with two LTE modems enabling the system to carry out multiple functions at the same time, such as streaming media and downloading SOTA updates, without compromising performance. The cutting-edge connectivity also ensures minimal interruptions caused by coverage blackspots as it roams across network providers for the strongest signal. Segment-first Active Road Noise Cancellation technology constantly monitors vibrations from the road surface and calculates the opposite phase soundwave needed to remove the sound from the cabin. This delivers a more refined cabin. For enhanced convenience, an updated, second-generation wearable Activity Key can be used to lock, unlock and start the vehicle without the need for the conventional key fob to be present in the vehicle. The rechargeable device incorporates a watch and has a battery life of up to seven days between charges. Security is enhanced by the new Guardian Mode (UK only), which uses a timer to provide added security and peace of mind when using the Secure app. It allows customers to identify times when the vehicle will be inactive, for example through the night, and receive alerts to their smartphone if it is driven during this window – giving immediate warning of unauthorised movements. The new F-PACE SVR also benefits from a selection of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. This includes Clear Exit Monitor, which alerts both front and rear occupants to the presence of an approaching car or cyclist when exiting the vehicle. Adaptive Cruise Control automatically maintains a set distance from the vehicle in front. Jaguar’s latest 3D Surround Camera technology delivers advanced 3D functionality using the latest camera technology to deliver more detail and a choice of real-time viewing when manoeuvring the vehicle. The selection of settings include Junction View, 3D Perspective View, and ClearSight Plan View. Jaguar Trovo migliori davvero tantissimo 😮 Hanno davvero lavorato benissimo in Jaguar.
  11. PRESS RELEASE Clicca Qui: ➡️ Topic Spy Miracolo! Hanno imparato a fare dei begli interni! Dopo anni rimane comunque un gran bel SUV, spero che questo facelift lo aiuti un po'.
  12. Tempo di facelift per la Jaguar XF, con interni rivisti stile XE. Motori V6 non verranno proposti, forse il 6 cilindri in linea mild-hybrid della famiglia Ingenium
  13. Fari anteriori ridisegnati (più piccoli e scolpiti), idem per i posteriori (almeno nel layout, con una zona bianca più grande). Teoricamente nuovi motori Ingenium, anche Ibrida
  14. https://c.jcms-api.com/download/88eafd2d-e3a3-46fc-9a6f-10674bcb4261/investordaypresentationfinal.pdf Product Plan -Modelli: si passa dagli attuali 13 a 16 in totale tra 2019 e 2024 -nuova Defender (14esimo modello inedito) nel 2020 su nuovo pianale MLA (architetura modulare a motore longitudinale) -2020/21 (15esimo) su pianale MLA non specificato (probabile J-Pace) -2022/24 (16 modello) non specificato -tutti i restanti modelli saranno aggiornati, elettrificati e avranno una nuova generazione Pianali: -nuovo pianale modulare Trasversale (di transizione) per i modelli a trazione anteriore al debutto su Evoque nel 2019 -nuovo pianale MLA posteriore che sara utilizzato da tutti i futuri modelli entro il 2024 Motori: -nuovi benzina 3 e 6 cilindri Ingenium -diesel mild hybrid -elettrico su tutta la gamma allego alcune slide
  15. Per cominciare in bellezza questo nuovo topic, vorrei parlare di questa bella e sfortunata spider che fu la F-Type, che nacque e morì nella culla, come si dice, a cavallo fra gli anni '80 e '90. Il progetto F-Type prese l'avvio con la logica intenzione di preparare un'erede per la XJ-S degli anni '80, la quale sarebbe andata a contrapporsi al successo che stava avendo, fin da principio, la nuova Mercedes SL lanciata nel 1989, l'ultima spider uscita dalla mano di Bruno Sacco (e forse una delle più belle Mercedes di sempre). Tutto era pronto e studiato, e appariva anche logico. Però la F-Type non arrivò mai. Nelle fasi finali della sua breve esistenza, a livello di progetto, si vociferò potesse venirne ceduta la produzione ad una struttura esterna, perchè fino a quel momento l'impiego di uomini e capitale a lei dedicato era stato ingente, e sembrava veramente uno spreco gettare tutto dalla finestra. Ma neppure questo accadde. Gli impegni della Jaguar in quel periodo erano molti... c'era da preparare l'erede delle berline XJ, che con le versioni presenti in gamma a quei tempi erano praticamente arrivate all'ultima possibilità di restyling. Inoltre, per il 1996, era già preventivata la sostituzione della XJ-S in versione chiusa, progetto che correva parallelo a quello di questa sfortunata, e che con modifiche divenne poi la XK. In più, si parlava già della piccola berlina classe 2000 che arrivò poi tramite Ford col nome X-Type. Insomma, carne al fuoco ce n'era molta, le spese erano tante e ci si accorse subito che visti gli investimenti il prezzo finale dell'auto non avrebbe portato guadagni, se fosse rimasto in quello preventivato di 50000 sterline dell'epoca. Per guadagnarci avrebbe dovuto essere molto più elevato, e l'auto sarebbe finita fuori mercato. La F-Type era una spider i cui tre esemplari costruiti a quei tempi (era il 1991) da Karmann, ricordavano molto un prototipo spider realizzato da Pininfarina nel 1978, che rispondeva al nome di XJ Spider. Sommando questo fatto a quanto si diceva prima, e cioè di cedere la costruzione ad un partner esterno, vendendogli le meccaniche, si era giunti alla conclusione che potesse essere proprio Pinin ad occuparsene, che tra l'altro a quei tempi si occupava già della produzione di altre spider. Come detto sopra, però, non accadde nulla di tutto ciò. Vediamo ora come si sviluppò questa vicenda. Il progetto di questa auto prendeva le mosse da molto più lontano, addirittura dal 1980, anno in cui si cominciò a pensare di dare ai clienti della passata E-Type un'auto che la ricordasse molto, nello spirito e anche nello stile. Durante questo sviluppo però, a livelli societari la Jaguar subì parecchie mutazioni: da azienda privata, a statale controllata dagli inglesi, ed infine, nel 1989, acquistata da Ford. Proprio questo ultimo fatto fu quello che incise più di tutti, perchè la nuova dirigenza optò subito per l'abbandono del progetto, a favore di una totale ristrutturazione della gamma esistente, e del suo allargamento verso il basso per acquisire nuove fasce di clientela. Così i tre prototipi costruiti, spesso collaudati con le sembianze di una coupè... .. finirono al museo, dopo essere stati anche oggetto di clinic test con potenziali acquirenti. Per la F-Type erano allo studio tre differenti possibilità di motorizzazione: -6 cilindri aspirata di 4 litri abbinata a cambio automatico (per la versione base) -6 cilindri sovralimentata da 2 turbocompressori, da 3.6 litri affiancata da cambio manuale 6 marce -12 cilindri di 5.3 litri, versione che nelle fasi finali era stata accantonata. Due, invece, le varianti riguardanti l'impostazione meccanica: -trazione posteriore con motore longitudinale -trazione integrale permanente, con motore sempre longitudinale, che avrebbe dovuto essere riservata alla versione 3.6 sovralimentata, vista la potenza di circa 350 cv. Grazie a quest'ultima unità, la F-Type, mascherata da coupè durante dei test a Nardò, aveva toccato una velocità massima di 290 km orari. Un valore che al momento la consacrava come la spider più veloce del mondo. Queste elevate prestazioni, unite all'estetica accattivante erano gli elementi che la legavano molto appunto alle antenate D ed E-Type, che proprio per questi fattori erano state così apprezzate anche in ambito agonistico, oltre che in quello stradale. Del resto, le foto si commentano da sole... la carrozzeria, pur con elementi moderni dell'epoca in questione, aveva grandi richiami Jaguar da qualunque punto di vista la si osservasse, e anche all'interno non vi era dubbio che si potesse trattare di un'altra grande spider proveniente da Coventry. Forse non è corretto dire che andò tutto buttato, perchè se ci si fa caso molto di lei apparve nella XK decappottabile giunta anni dopo... tuttavia, presa come auto a sé stante, questa F-Type nata negli anni '80, è rimasta un'affascinante incompiuta.
  16. Da Carscoop.com, un estratto interessante dell'intervista che Callum ha rilasciato a Road & Track durante il salone di LA: Quindi c'è una possibilità che la prossima F-Type sia a MC.
  17. Salve a tutti! Di recente ho avuto un piccolo grande problema con il climatizzatore della mia S-Type(X200): Quando metto il riscaldamento esce aria calda solo dal lato guida , mentre dal lato passeggero esce solo aria fredda(infatti d'estate non ho problemi)... Qualcuno ha idea da cosa possa dipendere? Grazie a chi mi darà una mano
  18. BMW e JLR svilupperanno assieme la prossima generazione di propulsori per le auto elettriche. BMW, Jaguar Land Rover will jointly develop electric car components FRANKFURT -- BMW said it will develop its next-generation electric motors, transmission and power electronics with Jaguar Land Rover, unveiling yet another industry alliance designed to lower the costs of developing electric cars. "Together, we have the opportunity to cater more effectively for customer needs by shortening development time and bringing vehicles and state-of-the-art technologies more rapidly to market," BMW Group r&d boss Klaus Froehlich said in a statement. BMW aims to have 12 full-electric models by 2025. Currently the BMW brand's sole battery-powered model is the i3 hatchback. Jaguar Land Rover's first EV is the Jaguar I-Pace. BMW and Jaguar Land Rover said they will save costs through shared development, production planning and joint purchasing. A joint team of BMW and Jaguar Land Rover experts located in Munich will be tasked with further developing BMW's fifth -generation eDrive technology that will debut this year on the iX3 battery-powered SUV. The X3 variant will be built in China and exported to the U.S. and Europe. Both companies will produce electric drivetrains in their own manufacturing facilities, BMW said. Nick Rogers, Jaguar Land Rover's engineering director said: "We've proven we can build world beating electric cars but now we need to scale the technology to support the next generation of Jaguar and Land Rover products." Jaguar Land Rover is still run by former BMW managers, including Ralf Speth the company's chief executive who spent 20 years at BMW prior to joining JLR, and Wolfgang Ziebart, the engineer who designed the iPace. Ziebart is a former board member responsible for development and BMW. BMW already has a deal to supply an 8-cylinder engine to Jaguar Land Rover. Jaguar Land Rover said it would redouble efforts to cut costs after it posted a $4 billion loss earlier this year, hit by a downturn in demand for SUVs in China and a regulatory clampdown on diesel emissions. BMW bought Britain's Rover Group, which included the Jaguar and Land Rover brands, for 800 million pounds in 1994. BMW sold Jaguar Land Rover to Ford in March 2000 for $2.7 billion. In 2008 India's Tata Group bought Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford for $2.3 billion.
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    Jaguar XJ MY2018

    La Jaguar presenta il Model Year 2018 della berlina XJ, introducendo nell'occasione la nuova sportiva XJR575. Tutti i modelli aggiornati saranno in vendita a partire dall'autunno, ma i prezzi per il nostro mercato non sono stati ancora comunicati. 300 km/h per la XJR575. Dopo una breve anticipazione quasi in incognito al Goodwood Festival of Speed, la XJR575 fa ufficialmente il suo debutto e segna nuovi record nella storia del modello. Il propulsore V8 5.0 con compressore volumetrico passa infatti da 550 a 575 CV, erogando 700 Nm di coppia massima: i 100 km/h vengono così raggiunti in 4,4 secondi, mentre la velocità massima è pari a 300 km/h. I clienti potranno scegliere la 575 in versione a passo lungo o standard e nelle speciali ed esclusive tinte esterne Velocity Blue e Satin Corris Grey, create dal reparto SVO. Rispetto agli altri modelli, la berlina si distingue per il kit aerodinamico, per le prese d'aria anteriori con finitura Gloss Black, per gli sfoghi d'aria sul cofano e per i cerchi in lega da 20" in tinta nera a contrasto rispetto alle pinze freno rosse. Gli interni presentano le esclusive finiture "Intaglio" con cuciture diamantate dei pellami e loghi esclusivi, mentre ai modelli a passo lungo è riservata la disponibilità dei due sedili posteriori singoli con schienale reclinabile, tre programmi di massaggio e regolazioni elettriche con memoria. Infotainment aggiornato per tutte le XJ. Tutte le Jaguar XJ del Model Year 2018 propongono il sistema di infotainment Touch Pro aggiornato: oltre alla connessione 4G con hotspot wifi è presente il nuovo display da 10 pollici con funzioni multi-touch e grafica aggiornata, mentre le informazioni sono condivise anche sullo schermo da 12,3 pollici della strumentazione. Il sistema include anche le funzioni di connessione remota al veicolo tramite app dedicata, inoltre in opzione è offerto l'impianto audio Meridian Signature Sound da 1.300 Watt con 26 diffusori. Nuovi dispositivi di assistenza alla guida. Passi avanti sono stati compiuti anche dal punto di vista della sicurezza e dell'assistenza alla guida grazie all'introduzione del Forward Traffic Detection, del Lane Keep Assist, del Driver Condition Monitor e della funzione Pedestrian Detection integrata nell'Autonomous Emergency Braking. Il Cruise Control attivo è ora dotato di Queue Assist, mentre il parcheggio automatizzato è gestito da telecamere a 360 gradi. Alcuni dei sistemi di assistenza alla guida lavorano grazie alla presenza del nuovo servosterzo elettrico Epas, che viene per la prima volta proposto soltanto sui modelli a trazione posteriore, i quali possono contare anche sul sistema All-Surface Progress Control per la guida su fondi a bassa aderenza. V6 diesel, V6 e V8 benzina. Al di là della già citata XJR575, la gamma della rinnovata XJ può contare sulle varianti benzina V6 3.0 340 CV e V8 5.0 da 470 e 510 CV, mentre l'unico diesel proposto è il V6 3.0 da 300 CV e 700 Nm, capace di 149 g/km di CO2. La trazione integrale è per il momento riservata al V6 benzina, mentre l'unica trasmissione disponibile per tutte le versioni è quella automatica ZF con otto marce. da quattroruote.it
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