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Rare Car For Sale: 2016 Jaguar Project 7

Rare Car For Sale: 2016 Jaguar Project 7

With only 50 examples of the Jaguar Project 7 produced for the United States, this is one very rare find

Originally designed to pay tribute to the original Jaguar D-Type and C-Type, Jaguar took the F-Type and turned it into the Project 7 concept way back in 2013. The reception of this special F-Type was so promising that Jaguar decided to commission its special operations division to create a production model, and that’s what you’re looking at here. To be more specific, you’re looking at 1 of just 50 that was produced for the U.S. market, so keep that in mind when you see that the current bid, as of the time of this writing, is at $145,000 with a couple of days left for bidding.

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The Eagle E-Type Is Considered One of the World's Most Beautiful Cars - This is How It's Built

The Eagle E-Type Is Considered One of the World’s Most Beautiful Cars - This is How It’s Built

People have had their jaws drop at the sight of an Eagle E-Type for a decade now and here’s why

Eagle is a small company located in the South of England that’s focused itself on improving what Enzo Ferrari once named ’the most beautiful car ever made’. That car, of course, is Jaguar’s E-Type, a car so amazing that Jaguar itself still cashes in on its image and fame. Eagle, however, does that and a bit more as it strives to build an E-Type that’s as gorgeous as the original without lacking all the niggly little issues you’d expect from a machine from the early ’60s. The latest effort in that direction is called the Lightweight GT and it pays tribute to the Jaguar E-Type Lightweight Coupe that Jaguar built in just 12 copies in the ’60s to do battle against Ferrari and Aston Martin.

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Jaguar Trademarks "EV-Type" - Is This a Hint at an Electric F-Type Successor or an Electric E-Type Revival?

Jaguar Trademarks "EV-Type" - Is This a Hint at an Electric F-Type Successor or an Electric E-Type Revival?

The EV-Type name could hint at spiritual successor to the E-Type, a next-gen F-Type EV, or even a production version of the Vision Gran Turismo!

Trademarks are funny business – sometimes automakers file them just to hang onto a certain name, and other times they manifest into official product names. And now, Jaguar has trademarked the name “EV-Type,” leading us to believe that the company is planning a second EV after the all-electric Jaguar XJ arrives next year. What that second electric model will be, however, is a complete mystery, but the name “EV-Type” name does give us some clues.

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If the Jaguar XK Was to Make a Comeback, This Is Probably What It Would Look Like

If the Jaguar XK Was to Make a Comeback, This Is Probably What It Would Look Like

A longer F-Type with some unique features

The latest Jaguar XK was discontinued in 2014, after eight years in production. The grand tourer went into the history books a few months after the F-Type was introduced and despite rumors that a new-generation model was underway, the XK did not return. It’s been six years since Jaguar doesn’t offer an XK and this rendering from Future Cars Now gives us a glimpse as to how a modern version would look like.

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Have You Noticed That 2019-2020 Jaguar F-Type is Quieter? Here's Why

Have You Noticed That 2019-2020 Jaguar F-Type is Quieter? Here’s Why

Apparently not everyone likes to hear the glorious whine of a supercharger

The whistling of a turbocharger, the unmistakable whine of a supercharger – these are the noises that we’ve associated with performance for the better part of two decades. It’s not like we had a choice, as automakers were forced to choose forced induction over displacement, but that’s a story for another day. The point of this story is to emphasize the fact that not everybody likes to hear these noises that we now associated with performance, and that’s exactly why the Jaguar F-Type – all V-8 models and the recently discontinued V-6 models – are all quieter than the used to be.

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X-Tomi Design Strikes Again, This Time with the 2021 Jaguar F-Type R Shooting Brake

X-Tomi Design Strikes Again, This Time with the 2021 Jaguar F-Type R Shooting Brake

It looks great, but this is probably as far as it’s going to go

The arrival of the updated 2020 Jaguar F-Type has brought car renderers and artists out of their winter slumber. One such artist is X-Tomi Design, but instead of rejigging the new F-Type’s design into something that would suit his taste and sensibilities, the artist decided to give it a different body altogether, one of the shooting brake variety. This is X-Tomi Design’s Jaguar F-Type Shooting Brake, and it looks darn impressive. Don’t get too excited, though. This is strictly a rendering; Jaguar has given no indication that it’s building an F-Type Shooting Brake.

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2021 Jaguar F-Type First Edition

2021 Jaguar F-Type First Edition

Special edition F-Type will only be available in first year of production

The arrival of the facelifted 2021 Jaguar F-Type also comes with the launch of the F-Type First Edition. Limited to the facelifted F-Type’s first-year production run, the F-Type First Edition offers a smattering of refinements that includes exclusive features inside and out, including a choice of three paint colors and plenty of premium touch-ups in the cabin. The only real downside is that the 2021 F-Type First Edition could set you back at least $90,000.

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The Jaguar F-Type's New Engine Lineup Is Smaller and the F-Type R Now Occupies SVR Space

The Jaguar F-Type’s New Engine Lineup Is Smaller and the F-Type R Now Occupies SVR Space

The V-6 is gone is some markets too.

The facelifted 2021 Jaguar F-Type has arrived, and while everyone is noticing its heavily revised looks, there are a lot of changes to Jag’s sports car that go beyond its aesthetics. Some of the biggest changes can be found, not so ironically, underneath the F-Type’s new clamshell hood.

Gone are the days when you could choose from as many as eight engine options for the F-Type. For the revised model, the base four-cylinder model, the six-cylinder variant, and the supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 unit remain as the holdovers. A new engine could join the mix should Jaguar release an SVR version, but for now, engine options aren’t what they used to be, and that might be a good thing.

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I'm In Love With These 2021 Jaguar F-Type Wallpapers

I’m In Love With These 2021 Jaguar F-Type Wallpapers

The Jaguar F-Type R may have gotten a power bump, but I like the pictures better

Okay, so Jaguar did a lot to freshen up the 2021 F-Type. Sure, it’s not the next-gen (and maybe mid-engined?) model that we wanted, but it looks 10 times better than it used to. Not that it was an ugly car by any means, but those big bug-eye headlights and funky corner vents in the front just weren’t working for it. Neither was the old-school technology that may only be 5 years old but felt much old. Along with the F-Type’s debut, however, came a small handful of images that I just can’t quit looking at, and then it hit me – these will make some awesome wallpapers!

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2021 Jaguar F-Type vs. 2020 Jaguar F-Type Visual Comparison

2021 Jaguar F-Type vs. 2020 Jaguar F-Type Visual Comparison

How does the 2021 Jaguar F-Type stack up to the current model?

The 2021 Jaguar F-Type has just made a very quiet debut with no live stream and no crazy jaguar-like stunts. You can visit our one-live-stream page to see videos that were launched along with the new F-Type or you can stick around here to see how the 2021 Jaguar F-Type compares to the current model. There are certainly some changes, not only cosmetically, but mechanically as well. We’ll try to keep it brief, but there’s a lot to talk about, so let’s get to it.

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2021 Jaguar F-Type Picture Gallery

2021 Jaguar F-Type Picture Gallery

The 2021 Jaguar F-Type has been quietly revealed via Jaguar’s media page – although there was no live stream or any cool stunts, we have to admit that the 2021 model does offer significant improvement over the current model, including revised exterior lighting, updated technology inside, and a decent uptick in power output as well. Check out our full gallery down below!

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Watch the 2021 Jaguar F-Type's Global Debut Video Here (updated)

Watch the 2021 Jaguar F-Type’s Global Debut Video Here (updated)

Sorry folks, no live stream for this one :(

Jaguar is no stranger to crazy car aerobatics and stunts, and with that teaser video that was posted to social media not that long ago, you can bet the 2021 Jaguar F-Type is going to do a full-on loop-do-loop during the debut live stream.

The stream hasn’t been launched yet, but we’ll be posting it just down below as soon as it is available. Until then, you can check out the latest F-Type design leaks, our recently updated speculative review of the 2021 Jaguar F-Type, or you can read up more about that crazy Hot Wheels Teaser video from last week. Check back for updates soon – they are coming.

Updated 12/2/2019 @ 3:03 PM Jaguar skipped a live debut stream altogether and quietly released images and a few videos of the 2021 Jaguar F-Type. Check out the videos below.

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The 2021 Jaguar F-Type Has Leaked and Looks Very Familiar

The 2021 Jaguar F-Type Has Leaked and Looks Very Familiar

I hope you weren’t expecting the Jaguar F-Type to change much

Monday, December 2nd marks the debut of the 2021 Jaguar F-Type, but this isn’t for the next-gen model. This is a mild face lift that will keep the F-Type fresh for a couple more years, and now we can see it early thanks Instagram channel All Car News that has posted what appear to be legitimate-looking official images.

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2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe(updated)

2021 Jaguar F-Type Coupe(updated)

The F-Type needs some aesthetic love and 2021 is the year it happens.

The Jaguar F-Type is, arguably, one of the best-looking sports cars on the market today and one could even go so far as to say it’s one of the best lookers of the decade. While this might be true, it has also been on the market since 2013, and we all know that it’s due to be replaced in 2020. We’ve finally seen the first prototype of the 2021 Jaguar F-Type being tested, and we have to admit that there’s going to be some serious changes taking place. Expect a similar silhouette with an all-new face and rear end. There’s also a certain rumor about the V-8 engine that you don’t want to miss out on, so be sure to check out our drivetrain section to learn more about that.

Update 12/2/2019: Fresh on the heals of its debut, the Jaguar F-Type Coupe has been leaked on social media. We’ve updated this speculative review with those leaked images and what we know about it so far. Check it out in our special “updates” section below.

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The Jaguar F-Type Launches on December 2, But What Does Hot Wheels Have to Do With It?

The Jaguar F-Type Launches on December 2, But What Does Hot Wheels Have to Do With It?

Expect the facelifted F-Type to get its paws dirty during its debut

The new Jaguar F-Type is nearing its début, and Jaguar was kind enough to drop a six-second teaser of the facelifted F-Type, complete with a hint of involvement from Hot Wheels. The official unveiling takes place on December 2, and while the specific details on what’s going to happen remain unclear, it does look like Jaguar wants us to think that Hot Wheels will be prominently involved in it. Is it possible that the new F-Type will perform some kind of stunt in its own début? It’s not unchartered territory considering the relationship history between Jaguar and Hot Wheels.

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A Jaguar I-Pace SVR Will Happen, But The Question Is: When?

A Jaguar I-Pace SVR Will Happen, But The Question Is: When?

Jaguar wants to build the I-Pace SVR, but hasn’t ironed out all the important details yet

The Jaguar I-Pace has been around for some months now, and Jaguar is already set on sticking the SVR badge to its first-ever electric car. That’s right, the carmaker isn’t pondering its options or considering such a performance-oriented version - it will make it. The only thing that’s bothering us is there’s no word on when is Jaguar planning to deliver the said I-Pace SVR.

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