AutoComplete: Jaguar made a rally-spec F-Type that you can't buy
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If someone asked us to pick a good base car to turn into a rally racer, the Jaguar F-Type would be somewhere near the bottom of that list.
The Jaguar, opting not to burden itself with practicality, went and built a couple of F-Types to honor the XK 120s rallying history.
The cars are equipped with Jag's 2.0 Liter, 4-cylinder engine, bespoke suspension to help it survive off road, and a hydraulic hand brake to instigate tomfoolery and ballyhoo, at will.
With all the focus on Tesla's Model 3, it's easy to forget about the S and X. But they're still around, and they're still getting some changes to their pricing and options.
The performance models are both $500 cheaper, while the base models go up by $1000.
The options let's get slim down too.
So, if you got to have a P in front of your 100B for example, you better like carbon fiber because that's your option for trim.
Chevrolet is making the already awesome Colorado ZR2 even more intense looking with the new Bison variant develop with the EV.
The ZR2 Bison will such set you back a not insubstantial $48,045 and for that, you get a snorkel.
As an option, Some beefy skid plates, a suspension lift and steel bumpers.
We're fans and we can't wait to let [UNKNOWN].
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