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 The Jaguar F-type is undoubtedly one of the most unappreciated sports vehicles, despite its tricky design and high-performance capabilities. While the two-threatening seater's new look may polarise some, its proportions are unquestionably beautiful.


 The F-Type comes with two drivetrains: a 2.0-litre four- cylinder turbocharged petrol with 297bhp/400Nm and a 5.0- litre V8 supercharged petrol with 444bhp/580Nm and 567bhp/ 700Nm in two tunes. The R models are powered by a more powerful V8, which is only available with an AWD powertrain. All engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission made by ZF.
 The interior of the 2021 Jaguar F-type remains a driver- centric design with a combination of racy and opulent materials. Stitched surfaces, faux-suede embellishments, and chrome trim are just a few examples. Interior features on more expensive models will include aluminium parts, embossing, and additional faux-suede covers.


 There are two main styles of seating available, both of which can be modified with heated and cooled surfaces. The great driving position of the F-type is carried over, and the driver will now be confronted with a massive 12.3-inch completely digital gauge cluster. Unfortunately, the notoriously cramped cabin of the coupe and convertible, as well as the convertible's humorously small trunk, will remain. However, we doubt that if you spent 50 crores on cars, you would want every car to be practical.
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