DETROIT – Horsepower sells sports cars and Jaguar North America appears to be playing fast and loose with how it markets its numbers. For its all-new S-Type R, Jaguar is reporting the 400-hp figure derived from a European rating system not commonly quoted by other auto makers for U.S.-market vehicles. If the company used the same Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) net horsepower rating used by almost all auto makers selling vehicles in the U.S., the number would be a far-less sexy 388 ...
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