German tuning company Arden has previewed its tuning program for the Jaguar F-Type Coupe
German tuning company Arden has previewed its tuning program for the Jaguar F-Type Coupe.
The studio has just released photos of their new project, saying work is still underway. According to the tuners, the new equipment “fits perfectly to the dynamic design of this cat”.
For now visual updates are limited to several new metallic finishes and a new set of Sportsline 21-inch alloy rims with a small lip that costs 8,200 EUR ($10,820).
Maybe the most interesting feature is the Leaper, Jaguar’s hood mascot that’s been missing from the British company’s new models lately. Arden fitted its own version of the mascot that's got a "Made in Germany" stamp.
Without giving further details, Arden promises power increase for all 6- and 8-cylinder engines of the model. In 2013 the company released a similar program for the F-Type roadster, which received a power boost of 55 PS (40 kW) for the range-topping V8 S version.