The new Jaguar F-Type takes most of its design elements from the C-X16 Concept. The front fascia features a very cool grille with a "hearline" theme on the shark-like gills. The headlights run vertically rather than horizontally, which leads the eye naturally up and along the fender crease. These headlamps are offered with compact xenon units and J-Blade LED running lights. The taillights also feature LED technology and a very cool active rear spoiler that deploys at specific speeds to reduce aerodynamic lift. The spoiler rises when the F-TYPE reaches 60 mph and then lowers to fit flush when the speed drops below 40 mph.
Customers will distinguish the V6 and V8 models just by looking at the exhaust systems. The V6 models will be offered with twin center outlets, while the V8 models will feature four outboard-mounted exhaust outlets, with twin outlets on each side.
Other distinctive features on the V6 models include: satin black trim elements in the grilles, vents, front splitter and rear valance, as well as a set of standard 18" alloy wheels. The S models will get gloss-black finishes and standard 19" and 20" wheels standard for the S and V8 S, respectively. The V8 S models will also receive front vanes beneath the shark gills and flat side sill extensions to manage airflow.
To enter the car, youíll have to find the hidden door handles support first. They can be activated by either unlocking the car with the key fob or touching a touch-sensitive area of the handle.