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What you see are a series of R Coupe models, lined up and ready for action at Monticello in New York City.
The Coupe version of the car looks absolutely stunning, but does offer somewhat limited headroom.
It's truly a looker from any angle.
Carbon ceramic brakes are a $12,000 option on the R.
Massive yellow calipers are mounted inward, for better weight distribution.
Every detail is beautifully integrated.
The car looks quite good in this shade of white, which has a deep, pearlescent effect.
Subtle badging differentiates the S from R.
Rear overhangs are incredibly short.
The rear diffuser is body-matched and looks particularly good with lighter colors.
Here's a cutaway model, showing off the aluminum structure.
A better look at those carbon brakes.
Luggage space is limited in either model, but you can just about get a set of golf clubs in the Coupe.
Space under the hood is limited, too. This is the V-6. Somehow a V-8 fits, too.
Interior is nicely appointed, and this is the new six-speed manual.
The car handles quite well on the track, shown here on Monticello.
Handling, even in the AWD car, is very neutral. It does slide toward understeer, but not terminally so.
The 2016 Jaguar F-Type hits dealerships soon, starting at $65,000 for a base Coupe and going way, way up from there. (International pricing and options configurations vary.)