The hugely successful Jaguar F-Type Roadster range is to be heavily expanded with new models including All Wheel Drive and Manual Gearbox options, along with updates for the entire range.
Convertible Car News: Jaguar
9th July 2014
The Jaguar C-X75 was a stunning concept car that looked for a while, that like the F-Type Roadster, it would be heading for production but it never really fitted with Jaguar’s brand or aspirations to complete the journey.
25th June 2014
Jaguar Land Rover are clearly keen to reinforce their status as a high end manufacturer with the announcements of Special Vehicle Operations and a relaunched Heritage division.
23rd April 2014
With the Jaguar F-Type now firmly established as one of the most desirable cars in the world it is time for the XK to complete its reign as Jaguar’s sports car. Jaguar have announced that the model will end its 8 year production cycle this summer.
1st April 2013
The acclaimed Jaguar F-Type design has had no shortage of attention thanks to its exotic looks and an impressive media campaign. Even before the first cars have reached dealers it has began to notch up awards.
1st October 2012
We’ve been tempted with the anticipation of the Jaguar F-Type Roadster for some time. Development cars have been flaunted on public roads in various levels of disguise while undergoing final testing and in the last couple of weeks there have been renderings leaked to the press. The Jaguar F-Type has now been officially unveiled at the Paris Motor Show and it is every bit as impressive as the speculation led us to believe.
16th August 2012
he F-Type is a big thing for Jaguar. It has been nearly forty years since the E-Type went out of production and although in that time there have been sports models none have been performance focused enough to take the next place in the naming pattern. The strict 2 seater roadster will be launched at the Paris Motor Show on 27th September.
3rd July 2012
The Jaguar F-Type Roadster prototype made its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed over the weekend. The still camouflaged convertible sports car was driven up the famous hill-climb event by Jaguar’s Head of Vehicle Integrity, Mike Cross.