Jaguar will adopt all-wheel drive system in future
British manufacturer, Jaguar has plans to adopt the all-wheel drive system configuration to all car variants in the future.
For that reason, Jaguar will fit all models of the future between the engine and the car architecture. This was conveyed Jaguar global brand director Adrian Hallmark, as quoted from Inautonews.
“I can not think if all the variants we could not use all-wheel drive models,” Hallmark said at the launch of the Jaguar XF and XJ 3.0 liter V6 engine with a capacity of the system of all-wheel drive.
Previously, XF and XJ designed as a rear-wheel drive models. However, Jaguar decided to respond to the demands of the U.S. and Canadian markets by designing all-wheel drive. Because these countries have areas of snow during the winter.
Jaguar designed the all-wheel drive system, with a 3.0-liter V6 engine. To date, no other Jaguar engine comes with all-wheel drive configurations, for reasons of high investment costs.
For the same reason, all-wheel drive-owned Jaguar will not be offered in the United Kingdom. Because the demand for gasoline V6 engine with all-wheel drive system is still very small. However, the future Jaguar will design all of its variants use all-wheel drive system.