Jaguar Land Rover models are getting new numerical names
September 29, 2017 at 4:23 PM
British car-maker Jaguar Land Rover are following other luxury car manufacturers including BMW and Mercedes with a numerical naming strategy for their new models. Spy shots of the new Jaguar F-Type sporting a P380 AWD badge confirmed speculation surrounding potential new naming conventions. The new model names mean allow more easier identification of fuel types and power outputs. For example, the F-Type badge mentioned above indicates the vehicle uses petrol, whilst 380 refers to horsepower output.
The changes will be rolled out of all 2018 model-year cars over the coming months, although the new Range Rover Velar has already adopted the numerical identifier. The Range Rover Velar range starts with a D180 diesel model, with the top of the range P380 featuring the same supercharged 3litre V6 engine found in the Jaguar F-Type.
Read the full story here.