Jaguar F-Type Prototype Debuts At the Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Jaguar F-Type prototype made its public debut today at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed. The F-Type was driven up the Goodwood hill by Jaguar’s Head of Vehicle Integrity, Mike Cross with its top down for the first time in public view.

Said Mike: “The F-TYPE will deliver a driver-focused sports car experience, and camouflaged prototypes like this one are currently being tested all over the world. The development programme is right on schedule, and coming here today to showcase just a little of the dynamic precision, noise, speed and excitement that the production F-TYPE will exhibit is very satisfying. The reaction of the crowd has been fantastic – I’d like to keep running it up the hill all day!”

The F-Type will be powered by a supercharged V6 or V8 engine, and is currently undergoing development prior its public launch at the Paris Motor Show in September.

In the video below Jaguar test driver Martin Brundle Introduces the F-Type. He does not reveal any new details, but we get to hear the supercharged V6 engine. So make sure you turn on the sound.


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