Jaguar F-Type Design Study to debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Jaguar will be showing a range of current and new vehicles at this week’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Highlight of the Jaguar stand will be a new design study based on the F-Type convertible sports car, that will be driven by company’s Chief Engineer, Vehicle Integrity, Mike Cross behind the wheel.

The design study is very likely the F-Type coupe, which we saw testing couple of weeks ago on the Nürburgring.

There are also three new Jaguar “R” models making UK public debuts: XFR-S, XJR and XKR-S GT.

Heritage models on display include XJR-9, XJ13, D-type and XK 120.


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