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Jaguar gives F-Type the Special Vehicles Operations group treatment

Since unveiling the F-Type convertible in 2013, we've seen a number of iterations of the spiritual successor to the venerable E-Type, including the F-Type S, F-Type British Design Edition, F-Type R, a Tour de France support vehicle concept and Project 7 concept. Set to join the family is the F-Type SVR, described as a 200 mph (322 km/h), two-door aluminum sports car that is lighter, faster and more powerful than the F-Type R that inspired it.

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— Automotive Review

Test drive: 2016 Jaguar F-Type R Convertible

The British are a singularly odd bunch when it comes to things automotive. When they fail to amaze, they do an epic job of it, but when they do hit the mark, they do so with such perfection that it’s awe inspiring. The 2016 Jaguar F-Type R Convertible falls squarely into the latter camp and for us, this particular car is so utterly perfect that all other vehicles are henceforth relegated to the sad "not an F-Type" bin.

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Test drive: Jaguar's 380 hp F-type V6S Coupe

Jaguar’s F-type, successor to and loosely based off the iconic E-type, has rightfully been acknowledged as a brilliant new take on one of the industry's most famous rides. Following on from my time behind the wheel of a gorgeous 495 hp F-type V8S roadster a few months back, I recently had the opportunity to drive the less powerful (but equally gorgeous) 380 hp V6S Coupe version. So how did the car hold up to the V8S in terms of performance and value? Read More
— Automotive

Jaguar to give F-Type Project 7 roadster a limited production run

Like McLaren with its MSO 650S, Jaguar has used this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed to debut a vehicle making the jump from concept to limited production run. For Jaguar it's the F-Type Project 7, a fully road-legal two-seater roadster described as the "most performance-focused derivative of the acclaimed F-Type range," and the fastest and most powerful production Jaguar ever built. Read More
— Automotive

In pictures: The best of the 2014 New York Auto Show

Even though this year's Detroit and Geneva auto shows provided us with a number of big concept releases and production debuts, the New York Auto Show still remains one of North America’s premier events. Gizmag was on the ground last week to investigate some of the show’s more interesting debuts and North American reveals. Here’s our first-hand look at some of the highlights and the key designs from the 2014 show. Read More
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