The freshened sports car now offers a 296-hp four-cylinder, a 380-hp V-6, and a 575-hp V-8.
Sports cars tend to age at a slower rate than more mainstream models, a point reinforced by how fresh the Jaguar F-type still looks after six years. But now the British roadster and coupe are set to gain an edgy new look for 2021, together with a modest package of mechanical revisions.
Whether you approve of the F-type’s revised front end will be largely down to subjective preference, with the original car’s headlights replaced by narrower units that are mounted much lower and which now sit beneath a redesigned hood.
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