It only takes 200 milliseconds for the 2014 Jaguar F-Type V8S to make you rethink your definition of bonkers.

This is exactly the time required for the car's active differential to achieve full engagement, precisely distributing all 460 pound-feet of torque between its rear wheels and leaving two perfect black stripes and a huge plume of blue smoke behind.

It's bonkers, all right. But it's also the most civilized powerslide to ever leave rubber on tarmac. And that's exactly how Jaguar wants it.


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DRIVEN: 2014 Jaguar F-Type V8S Gets Run Through the Paces

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