2012 Jaguar XJ – Technical Review

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In automobile sectors, the demand for 2012 Jaguar XJ models will be high as this is the vehicle which is fuel efficient and more environment friendly. 2012 Jaguar XJ car is a highly performance based vehicle. The fuel capacity of this sedan type car is around 82 liters.

So far as the technical specifications are concerned, the concept sedan car is supposed to be built with 5.0L 32-valve DOHC V8 which has been used to ensure the proper upgradation and development of the vehicle. Automatic transmission tool is capable of generating the torque to activate car wheels. Torque converter device is flexible and it ensures the huge production of torque. Experts have already chalked out a growth oriented plan to improve the condition of the vehicle. The powerful engine generates 385 hp at max 6500 rpm. Torque level is 380 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm. The 2012 Jaguar XJ car model will be introduced to market soon after the premier show.

The maximum speed of the new vehicle is fixed at 148 mph whereas the sprinting time is around 5.4 seconds to cover 60mph. The perfectly designed vehicle is also loaded with fluorescent lamps with beautiful bezels to increase the safety of the street navigation headlamps. The interior decoration of the vehicle is attractive and properly taken care of. The four car wheelbases are durable with perfectly designed tire bands for ensuring smooth running of the vehicle. New car model is spacious and capable of providing the space for maximum five car passengers. The compression ratio recorded so far hovers around 11.5: 1. This is the vehicle which has good warranty scheme as well.

The street navigation systems of the vehicle are excellent. The powerful odometer is used to measure the distance covered by car whereas the speedometer is operated to record the speed of the vehicle. Carbon diffuser is also competent to ensure the prevention of carbon release process.


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