Goodbye to another icon: the Jaguar F-Type also dies…

Goodbye to the Jaguar F-Type

Nobody is prepared for this, but it seems that not all brands can face the fact of entering into electrification without having to shed a tear... The list of the Audi R8 and TT, Nissan GT-R or Dodge Charger and Challenger are joined now also the Jaguar F-Type. Yeah, the beautiful British sports car says goodbye forever with the last unit produced in Castle Bromwich that you see on these lines.

It does so precisely 50 years after production of the legendary E-Type also ended, and to unite them in the same space as a historical nod to the most beautiful silhouettes of the brand, this very special F-Type will go to the geniuses of the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust, which guards the most precious treasures in the world. Jaguar Heritage collection.

The last Jaguar F-Type to leave the factory

Specifically, the latest Jaguar F-Type It corresponds to a convertible version with a five-liter V8 engine and almost 600 HP dressed in an elegant Giola Green color. Inside, the Windsor leather upholstery in Tan tone, as a tribute to that E-Type Series III Convertible with 12 V5.3 engine and HDU 555N license plate produced in 1974, gives it a nostalgic touch.

Last Jaguar E-Type manufactured

On its back, the F-Type leaves a whopping 87.731 units manufactured, surpassing by about 15.000 those achieved by its predecessor, the historic E-Type. If you are an unconditional lover of this sports car and can afford it, you still have one last chance to get one of the latest assembled models. Until early 2025 it will continue to be available at the official dealers of the feline manufacturer. Its price in our country? From 82.600 euros if you want the most basic and from 153.500 euros if you want the pata negra.

«The founder of Jaguar, Sir William Lyons, stressed the importance of always having a vision of the future, relevant and original. Jaguar has built on this idea for almost a century of the evolution of contemporary British luxury. Today we pay tribute to the F-Type and celebrate 75 years of Jaguar sports car innovation history at a time when we also look forward to the start of a new era…”, comments Rawdon Glover, executive director of the brand.

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