Jaguar's F-Type convertible is still a point and look car on public streets, but now, we've got another one.
Look at the rear of this guy.
This is the coupe.
To me, it's the perfect F-Type.
Look how the haunches and the rear rake of the roofline come together in a way that you just can't do with the unfortunate amputation required of a ragtop.
It also differs in more than just sheet metal.
engine on this guy, the Supercharged V8, puts out 55 more horsepower-- 550.
0-60 happens in 4 seconds.
It's just so quick, you know it's gonna be sub-4 when some real serious testing gets done.
This car shares other technology with the convertible, like an 8-speed automatic, no dual clutch or a manual is available, adaptive suspension, and the same trim levels.
Again, the hottest car is the R-Type.
You can get into a coupe for as little as $65,000.
They run in the V6 configuration, about $4,000 less than a
However, when you got to the full Supercharged V8, $99,000.
Just about exactly 100 of a delivery charge.
All expectations are the coupe will out-sale the convertible by maybe 2 to 1. So, it's a really interesting car for Jaguar in terms of volume and head room, not just halo-- despite the fact that it's starting off with a great one.
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