Selection and search of tire size by model Xk 8 Coupe. Table of standard, factory tire sizes Jaguar
The release of the JAGUAR XK 8 COUPE model was carried out from 1996 to 2005.
Table of factory and suitable tire sizes for JAGUAR XK 8 COUPE.
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The history of the XK sports car line began in 1948. Then at the London Motor Show, the British manufacturer presented the XK120 car. The production of the car was carried out until 1961. The lull in the XK camp lasted for over 30 years, until the 1996 Jaguar XK8 was shown at the Geneva Motor Show. The car was available in coupe and convertible versions. A 290-horsepower 4-liter power unit was installed under the hood of the car. In 2003, it was changed to a 4.2 liter AJ34 engine. The first generation Jaguar XK Coupe was based on the same platform as the Aston Martin DB7. A concept model of a new generation sports car was shown to the public at the Detroit Motor Show in 2005. For the Frankfurt Motor Show, the manufacturer has prepared a serial version of the Jaguar XK Coupe. The first cars were equipped with an AJ-V8 power unit with a capacity of 300 horsepower and a volume of 4.2 liters. Then it was replaced by a 400 horsepower engine with a working volume of 4.4 liters. The current version has been produced since 2009. Then a restyling was carried out during which the car received a new 5-liter engine and some design changes. The XK sports car series dates back to 1948. It was in this year that British developers showed the public the Jaguar XK120 model. The presented car was produced until 1961. After that, the production of cars of the XK family ceased and resumed again only in 1996 after the demonstration of the Jaguar XK8 model at the Geneva Motor Show. The body of the convertible and coupe began to be produced simultaneously. Both models were equipped with a 4-liter AJ26 engine with 290 horsepower. In 2003, it was replaced by the 4.2 liter AJ34 engine. The first generation JaguarXK Convertible was developed on a similar basis to the Aston Martin DB7. The second generation convertible was first shown at the 2005 Detroit Auto Show as a concept. The production model was presented at the September Frankfurt Motor Show. The first versions of the new generation XK were equipped with a naturally aspirated 4.2-liter AJ-V8 engine with 300 horsepower. Later, a 4.4-liter engine became available, capable of developing 400 horsepower. In 2009, the model was updated and received minor changes in appearance and a new 5-liter power unit. The XK series was founded back in 1948, when the sports model Jaguar XK120 debuted at the London Motor Show. This machine was taken off the assembly line in 1961. The next time the company entered the market with a car from the XK family only in 1996, when the Jaguar XK8 premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in the spring. The model was delivered in convertible and coupe bodies. The car was equipped with an AJ26 engine with a capacity of 290 horsepower and a volume of 4 liters. After 7 years, it was replaced with a 4.2-liter AJ34 power unit. The first generation Jaguar XK Convertible is built on the Aston Martin DB7 platform. In 2005, at the Detroit Motor Show, the company showed a conceptual model of the second generation. And later, at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a production version of the convertible appeared. Initially, the XK Convertible was equipped with a 300-horsepower 4.2-liter unit. Later, it was replaced by a 400-horsepower 4.4-liter engine. In 2009 the car was updated. The 2010 Jaguar XK Convertible gets a new 5-liter engine and exterior changes. The car is somewhat heavier than the coupe version, but this did not significantly affect the dynamics - the difference in acceleration to 100 km / h is only 0.1 seconds. The XK sports series began in 1948. It was then that the Jaguar XK120 was shown at the London Motor Show. The car was produced until 1961. Then the manufacturer had a big break, and on March 5, 1996, the Jaguar XK8 model was shown at the Geneva Motor Show. The car was offered in coupe and convertible bodies. The car was equipped with a 290-horsepower 4-liter AJ26 engine. Since 2003, it has been replaced by the 4.2 liter AJ34. The platform of the first generation Jaguar XK Coupe was identical to that of the Aston Martin DB7. In 2005, at the Detroit Auto Show, the British manufacturer showed the second generation Jaguar XK Coupe. And in September in Frankfurt, the production version of the sports car was shown, which received minimal changes compared to the concept. The first cars were equipped with a 300-horsepower AJ-V8 engine. Later it was decided to replace this engine with a 400-horsepower unit. It is noteworthy that the car of this generation was the first Jaguar car with an eight-cylinder engine. In 2009 the model was updated. The Jaguar XK Coupe 2010, in addition to external changes, received a new V8 engine with a volume of 5 liters.
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