Jaguar F-Type R Coupé Tour de France Concept 2014 Design Interior Exterior Car – Jaguar has contributed to the success of Froome and Team Sky in 2013 through provision of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake as the team’s official support vehicle. Tour de France winner Chris Froome is presented with unique Jaguar F-TYPE. To celebrate an outstanding second victory in the Tour de France for Team Sky, Jaguar rewarded race winner Chris Froome with a very special Jaguar F-TYPE sports car.
Entirely constrained to this irregular idea and not bound for creation, the SVO-changed F-Type highlights a carbon fiber bicycle rack set up of the back window, permitting two race bicycles to be docked on the back bodywork. Other Tour de France-affected adjustments incorporate an auxiliary on-board electrical supply for the group radio framework, in addition to other bolster interchanges unit like mouthpieces, cautioning horns and show screens for taking after race activity.
Outside, Team Sky logos are joined by the group’s light blue hues as a dashing stripe. The shading subject is proceeded inside the F-Type Coupe with brilliant blue seat and focus console trim. The F-Type R Coupe will join Jaguar’s general armada of XF Sportbrake bolster autos for the stage between Bergerac to Périgueux on Saturday 26 July 2014.
The extraordinary appearance proceeds with the outside attire that mirrors the shading plan seen on Team Sky bikes. A light-blue stripe runs the roadster’s length from the front splitter toward the rooftop and the distance back over the diffuser, while “Group Sky” design and different logos enhance the entryways and the back bumpers. The shading combo overflows inside, where areas of the seats, entryway boards and focus console are done in the same light-blue tone. While everything else is standard F-Type gear, Jaguar has incorporated a different electric supply in the boot to control the radios, enhancers and receivers fitted in the lodge to serve as method for correspondence between Team Sky’s chief and the riders.
Jaguar F-Type R Coupé Tour de France Concept 2014 Design Interior Exterior Car