Jaguar is about to celebrate 75 years of its sports cars, celebrating with the presentation of two luxurious special editions of the F-Type model, a car born in 2013. Exclusive, elegant and refined design, V8 engine, are the hallmarks of the two supercars.
As for the F-Type R75, it ranges from $ 139,400 for the Coupé to $ 147,400 for the Cabrio; numbers that become cheaper for the F-Type 75 which goes from $ 108,900 to $ 117,000. The first deliveries will start in January 2023.
Matthew Beaven, Jaguar Land Rover Chief Designer, said: "For 75 years, Jaguar has been known for producing stunning sports cars that deliver performance, agility and maximum satisfaction to the driver. The F-TYPE special editions are true to these.
principles, adding, however, exclusive exterior and interior stylistic elements that celebrate this lineage before Jaguar becomes an all-electric brand, starting in 2025." Before we get to a definitive electric revolution, here's how and what these two special editions of the F-Type are.
Jaguar F-Type 75 and F-Type R75 are characterized by the classic style of elegant and tapered lines, made even more unique by the presence of LED pixel headlights with daytime running lights. The animated turn signals follow the characteristic J design, embedded in the car body.
The cars in their interiors feature an endless series of chic and very elegant details. The glove box button that features a fine decoration, or the embossed Leaper Jaguar that this time returns on the Performance seats in Windsor leather.
Both the F-Type 75 and the F-Type R75 are available in the two versions Coupé and Cabrio, a feature that raises the level of exclusivity even more. Maximum achievable speed of 300 km / h and 0-100 acceleration in just 3.7 seconds.
The engine is a V8 available in two different power versions; that of 450 HP for 580 Nm of maximum torque and that of 575 HP for 700 Nm of maximum torque. These engines are available both for the F-Type 75 (Coupé and Cabrio) and for the F-Type R75 (always Coupé and Cabrio).