Another version of the Jaguar F-Type has been tweaked once more by Piecha Design as the model in question has been fitted with several features.
The Jaguar F-Type by Piecha Design is coming into our attention once again and after showing us the kit last month for the F-Type V8 Roadster, time has come for the tuning company to work its magic on the F-Type V6 Coupe. The model in question has received several aerodynamic tweaks which include the modified spoiler, the side profile showing new sills, the new diffuser at the rear framed by the color coded undertray, the extended frame of the diffuser which is boosting the vehicle’s stability and it is lowering the drag and other goodies.
Piecha Design has also added the exhaust tips, which are now being flanked by the stainless steel grille inserts, the 3-piece rear spoiler, the optional rear wing which is capable of increasing the downforce, the new set of lowering springs which have managed to reduce the ride height by 30 mm and a fresh set of wheels, 20- / 21-inch in size. For some extra cash, the tuning company can also install the power converter module which can increase throttle response. The Jaguar F-Type V6 Coupe has a standard 3.0 liter V6 engine, rated at 335 HP at 6,500 rpm and 450 Nm of torque, in the entry-level version, while in the mid-range Coupe, this is coming with 375 HP and 460 Nm of torque. No details on offering an upgrade kit have been released.