Jaguar F-Type along with legendary C-Type, D-Type and E-Type on the track [video]

Jaguar is well known for their luxury saloons and also sports cars. The big XJ clearly is different from the new F-Type, though there are some minor similarities.

If you don’t need the rear doors and are into weekend fun on the track, then the F-Type is the way to go.

Still quite new on the market, the F-Type does have a long history behind it with some of the most amazing open top sports cars like the C-Type, D-Type and E-Type.

It all started with the C-Type in 1951, followed by D-Type in 1954 and the gorgeous E-Type in 1961, that is also known as one of the most beautiful cars ever designed.

And now in 2014 we have the modern day F-Type coupe and roadster. Check out the very detailed video to see these amazing sports cars on the track.


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