Jaguar F Type Coupe will make a very nice sports car – if you’re fan of the sports car, that is. Convertible is initially launched first and after, the Jaguar F type coupe. The jaguar is pretty much the same with Convertible, though there are a few differences here and there – let’s check it out together, shall we?
Jaguar F Type Coupe Interior
Don’t expect something different with this Jaguar F Type Coupe version – the interior layout is pretty the same with the convertible’s. Though, it feels much more special than the convertible’s for some reason. It is not know why it feels like that though – perhaps, it’s all about the atmosphere. One might argue it’s because of the roofline shape and the light gets in easier, if you enhance it with the specific optional glass roof. It’s recommended since it lifts the atmosphere a treat (as I’ve said before, it’s all about the atmosphere.)
It’s not so spacious like the SUV but, that’s to be expected. You can still put your things such as shopping bags and suitcases though. Even, with all that, you can take one passenger to accompany you drive.
Jaguar F Type Coupe Driving
Jaguar F Type Coupe has so many similarities with the convertible that comparing both of them is a good way to start this. The mid-ranges V6 cabrio is the best thing for driving. If you opt for something faster, then V8 S is without doubt certainly faster. However, it has its own downsides – the power can be a little bit defiant and the traction issues make it harder. If you expect the R coupe to be wilder, you’re wrong.
As I’ve said before, the roof is solid which means it makes the chassis stronger. The lightly modified suspension also plays a great part in it too. That way, the car is better balanced and more harmonious, resulting in more power and time. Well, we’re talking about driving and if you’re asking how it feels when we drive it, it’s really fun to drive though not like Porsche 911 but still, a great form of entertaining. Probably because of the sound it produces by the four exhausts. Since they’ve added an AWD, it should be less threatening. Just an advise – if you use it manual on the V6s, it makes the Jaguar F type coupe driving even nicer.