Jaguar F-Type British Design Edition Launched

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Jaguar F-Type British Design Edition comes with several enhancements over the regular F-Type though power rating remain the same.

Jaguar has come up with a special edition F-Type that offers a fresh dose of individuality with the sports car. Designed in celebration of the company’s British lineage, the F-Type British Design Edition is available in both coupe and convertible body shapes and offers a whole lot of interior and exterior enhancements to justify its special badging.

To begin with, the special British Design Edition incorporates Jaguar’s Exterior Sport Design Pack that includes front bumper aerodynamic splitters, side sills and rear bumper venturi. The special edition also benefits from enhanced stopping power brought about by the fitment of the ‘Super Performance Braking System’ which is the same as in F-Type R. Bigger 20-inch alloys sporting a unique sating grey finish in place of the usual 19-inch wheels complete the exterior styling package.

The interiors are done up in leather with the color options being red, ivory and blue. Other highlights of the interior in the special edition model include sports seats, carbon fibre trim and InControl Touch infotainment with the latter complimented by a 380W Meridian Sound system.

Another unique aspect of the special British Design Edition is that its exterior color options reflects those from the Union Jack flag, which means its Caldera Red, Glacier White and Ultra Blue that the special F-Type will be available in. However, there is the black color option as well, perhaps owing to the popularity that it enjoys.

The heart of the matter remains the same though, which means it’s going to be the same 375bhp 3.0 litre V6 S engine providing the oomph. Power is transferred to all four wheels via a eight-speed Quickshift gearbox though there is also the option of a six-speed manual as well.

Coming to the price, the coupe costs £75,225 while the cabrio sports a price tag of £80,390.

Orders are currently being accepted in the UK with deliveries slates to begin in the Spring.

 

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