Jaguar XK Reborn Coming As A Four-Seater F-Type Sports Car

Posted: May 22 2018, 7:42am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Jaguar XK Reborn Coming as a Four-Seater F-Type Sports Car
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The 2+2 Jaguar XK Reborn will reportedly has Four Seats and Happens to Be an F-Type as Well

It is common knowledge among inner circles that Jaguar plans on widening its domain as far as sports cars are concerned. The carmaker especially wants to extend its influence beyond the F-Type vehicles that it regularly churns out from its assembly lines.

If recent rumors are anything to go by, a rebooted XK version will be added to the F-Type. It will be pragmatic in its design and will have two extra seats in the back for passengers who want to go along for the ride.

Indeed, it seems an XK reborn is in the works. Yet it will be three more years before it arrives in showrooms. A third-generation XK was already under construction when the nameplate underwent a nosedive four years back.

Soon enough, Jaguar decided to scrap plans for the project though. Other models were of greater importance. A novel XK would definitely be an F-Type vehicle.

The current one will need new hardware to be worthy of such a company as Jaguar. The 2+2 model will be in the same tradition as the grand tourer.

One thing is for sure though. Whether it is the F-Type or XK, there will be Ingenium four and six-cylinder engines beneath their bonnets, according to AutoCar.

Also, other cars possessing supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engines will be spin-offs of these in turn. A plug-in hybrid lies in the cards as well. So Jaguar is on cloud nine and looking forward to a future that will bring in some hefty profits.

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