The Jaguar F-Type sports car bows out with a final special edition celebrating 75 years of fast Jags | The Sun

JAGUAR has announced a final '75' special edition of its raucous F-Type sports car as it bows out after nearly a decade on sale.

The F-Type will go at the end of next year as Jaguar moves to an all-electric line-up.

It marks the end of 75 years of pure-combustion sports cars from the British brand which stretches all the way back to the gorgeous XK120.

The 2023 F-Type will be available with a 300hp four-cylinder or 450hp or 575hp V8 petrol engines – but only the V8s will come in new '75' trim.

Buyers still get to choose between a solid-roof Coupe or an open-top Convertible model.

The 75 cars will get things like unique badges, gloss black wheels, upgraded leather seats and '75' interior decorations.

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They also get the option of a unique 'Giola Green' paint, but you can't really see it in these weirdly dark official images.

Matthew Beaven, Jaguar Land Rover chief designer, exteriors, said: “For 75 years Jaguar has been renowned for producing extraordinary sports cars that deliver performance, agility and maximum driver reward.

"The F-Type special editions hold true to these principles, adding unique interior and exterior design details to celebrate this lineage before Jaguar becomes an all-electric brand from 2025."

Every F-Type in the range is now offered with a model-specific 20-inch alloy wheel as standard.


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Inside, the 75 models get by a unique silhouette motif on their centre console finisher and stainless-steel tread plates, plus more black interior accents.

The first customer deliveries begin in January 2023 – the year which marks 75 years of Jaguar sports cars.

Prices start at just more than £62,000 for the four-cylinder petrol Coupe and climb to £108,000 for the most potent V8 Convertible.

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