The 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE
The Jaguar F-TYPE, when first released, was a welcome hearken back to the days of exceptionally sporty Jaguars. Although Jaguar has released many sports cars (and SUVs) as of late, they haven’t done much to really shake up the design of the F-TYPE lately; or at least, that was the case until the planned 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE.
Although the exterior silhouette hasn’t changed much (because why fix what isn’t broken), fans and Jaguar-newbies alike will easily see the difference between the face of the F-TYPE. A much larger, aggressive grille resides between too narrower, very much elongated headlamps. A stylish look that not only indicates the sportiness of this Jaguar two-door, but creates an even more iconic front façade.
Even better though, Jaguar has pared down on the number of variants of the Jaguar F-TYPE for the 2021 year; obviously options are great, but sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. The F-TYPE will now only be available in 4, 6, or 8 cylinder options, and either a hardtop or convertible. And although an SVR variant isn’t available this year, the supercharged V8 has been upgraded from 550-horsepower to 575-horsepower: Expect not only muscle car power, but the muscle car noise as well. And all that power means 0-60 is reached in just about 3.5 seconds.
The interior hasn’t seen a major shift either, with a very similar layout compared to last year. However, the 12-inch HD digital instrument cluster provides a nice modern touch to the driver. Even better, the materials used throughout the interior have definitely been refined and feel much more fitting for a Jaguar vehicle.
Expect the 2021 F-TYPE to arrive this year, and start at $62,625 (which includes destination and handling) for the F-TYPE P300 with 4-cylinder engine, and go up from there in price.