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Jaguar F-Type upgrades to transmission and drive train

Ever since Jaguar released the F-Type it has proven very popular, so much so that early pre-orders had sold out. Thankfully, things have settled down and now people are finding it much easier to get their hands on an F-Type. However, there are a couple of things that have put people off owning one, but some new Jaguar F-Type upgrades could make you rethink this hesitation.

Two upcoming Jaguar F-Type upgrades to look forward to are to the transmission and drive train, as we expect to see a manual and all-wheel drive options, two features that have been a hot topic ever since the F-Type was released.

While Jaguar have yet to come out and make an official announcement about a manual Jaguar F-Type options and even a four-wheel drive option, a recent tweet seems to think it is a done deal and that these new F-Type options are coming and it is only just a matter of time.

We are not certain where Motor Trend got their information from, but the tweet has got a huge response, although we knew this would be the case.

The Jaguar F-Type currently has an eight-speed automatic transmission, and while the system is decent enough, it does seem to take away some of the fun factor and true driving experience of what is a great car. We have seen many F-Type reviews that urge Jaguar to do the decent thing and offer a manual option, so maybe the company has finally listened?

Jaguar F-Type upgrades

If the Jaguar F-Type manual option release was to come in 2014, then this would allow the vehicle to compete with the 2014 Corvette Stingray on a more equal footing, as the C7 is an awesome car that already has the manual option.

As for an all-wheel drive Jaguar F-Type, this could make it handle even better on the track because it would improve traction in the corners. You might not notice this while driving in normal conditions, but add a racetrack or bad weather to the mix, and that is when a four-wheel drive F-Type would come in handy.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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