The Jaguar F-Type is available as a convertible or, as shown here, a hard-top.
The F-Type Coupe comes in a four trims separated by power output. Shown here is the second-from-the-top 2017 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe.
Jaguar enhances the grille with air intakes on the sides.
Body-colored roof rails accent the cabin.
Optional on this car are $12,000 ceramic brakes.
The engine in the F-Type R Coupe is a supercharged 5-liter V8, generating 550 horsepower.
The F-Type Coupe only allows two passengers.
An all-wheel-drive system helps cornering with 37 percent of torque to the front wheels and 63 percent to the rears.
A sport exhaust system opens up baffles at the touch of a button for a more aggressive engine note.
The rear track is almost 2 inches wider than the front, for better rear-end grip.
A carbon fiber roof lessens overall weight, and lowers the center of mass.
Adaptive dampers shift from Comfort to Dynamic mode.
The F-Type is the spiritual successor to the legendary Jaguar E-Type.
Quad exhausts help the 5-liter V8 exhale.
Fitting the F-Type's luxury price, the rear hatch includes power operation.
Leather covered seats are comfortable and supportive.
Seat controls on the door are conveniently placed.
The navigation head unit comes standard in this model.