2021 Jaguar F-Type Looks Sharper Then Ever During Track Testing

A couple of 2021 Jaguar F-Type prototypes have been filmed lapping the Nurburgring looking sexier than ever.

It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say the F-Type is one of the best-looking vehicles currently on the market, and this clip indicates that the facelifted model will be even sexier.

As you recent spy shots revealed, Jaguar has worked extensively redesigning the front fascia of the new car. The nose has been lowered and a set of thin horizontal headlights were fitted to make for a design reminiscent of the current Aston Martin Vantage – which, truth be told, is no bad thing. The heavy camouflage makes it difficult to decipher any further details about the front end but it clearly sports a new grille and revised air intakes.

Also Read: 2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe And Convertible Pounce On The Nordschleife

The rear of the new F-Type won’t change that much, though, as it’ll feature the same quad tailpipe design for V8-powered models and a very similar bumper and diffuser design. The moveable rear wing of the current car has also been retained and there appears to be revised LED taillights. In addition to the V8 prototype filmed in this video, there is one car powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder.

We know that the revamped F-Type will be sold in both Coupe and Convertible configurations and with a number of engines. The current range is topped out by the SVR model and the limited-edition Project 7, both featuring a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 churning out 567 HP, which might be slightly improved for the facelifted model.

Carscoops understand the new F-Type will be unveiled sometime in 2020 as a 2021 model.

 

  • Six_Tymes

    I love this car. The only detail I dislike about the exterior is the narrow rear wing, I just think it would look and provide mush better down force if it was wider, say wide enough to extend left to right the distance over the rear lights, or at least half way.

    • samurai

      To me it seems much more likable that the C8 Corvette will steal a lot of sales from their competitors. It’s just a way too good deal for the delivered performance, and they really stepped up their interior materials (so buyers can hardly argue with a premium interior in other brands)

      • Six_Tymes

        Yep, but as the old saying goes, “time will tell” and really the C8 is different enough. Shame they cant lighten the car, its a bit of a chunker.

    • Shtekeris

      That wing is truly hilarious.

  • SteersUright

    Looks agile and pretty good proportions. Hopefully the interior is massively better. The current car felt so cheap and flimsy inside.

  • OH GOD no! It looks like it’s going to have the horizontal head lights of XE, XF, F Pace… with a strange round light added? It’s going to ruin the car. In 20-30 years the early models will have more value.

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