Yes, Jaguar’s F-Type SVR Just as Fast as It Sounds

Posted 12/4/17

Just what do our Jaguar technicians admire most about the F-Type SVR? How about 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds, roughly the time it took you to read this paragraph.

At a top speed of 200 mph, this baby’s white lightning. Just try catching it in a bottle.

As Motor Authority reports:

“On its tail end, it has a large spoiler that actively ensures proper aerodynamics are at work. From its tailpipes, it spits the best sounding exhaust note from any modern production car. This is the Jaguar F-Type SVR, and, besides being a glorious sporting coupe, it has the soul of an artist.”

The Speed of Sound

This car isn’t only about the art of speed. Its sound system uses “Art of Sound” Cymatics project. Motor Authority called it nothing less than “sonic art.”

“This results in shifting artwork created by the very sound itself,” Motor Authority described in its take on the F-Type SVR. “Those various sounds are represented by different patterns on the plates. It’s a dramatic way to visualize what our ears hear. It’s also rather cool to use a car to create art in this manner.”

Sounds good to us. Bring an F-Type SVR into our garage and ask us to fix it, and we might just give you a discount if you show off the sound system. We’ve got our Credence mixed tape ready and waiting.

It’s Winter. Have You Had Your Radiator Flushed?

Winter’s around the corner. That means it’s time to make a car repair list and check it twice. And at the top of that list, especially as it gets cold, is flushing your radiator. Overtime, radiators naturally build up contaminants. Your coolant also builds up a number of impurities that can corrode the radiator, making it less efficient and ineffective. Most mechanics will recommend flushing your radiator every 40,000 miles. You can purchase a litmus test kit to test your radiator. The flushing process involves removing the coolant, flushing it with fresh coolant and then filling it again with new coolant. It’s a good way to preserve the radiator and optimize the lifetime of your engine.