Restyled Jaguar F-Type 2021 model year will be presented on December 2November 26, 2019
The solemn event will be held in collaboration with Hot Wheels, which was clearly hinted at in the new video teaser. Details of the future news are still kept secret, but the rumor about the engine from BMW is not confirmed
Jaguar press service has published the first video teaser of the updated Jaguar F-Type 2021 model year. The sports coupe and convertible will be presented on December 2, 2019. This is also stated in the six-second teaser. In addition, it’s clear from the video that the presentation will be organized in collaboration with Hot Wheels. And apparently, the car will perform some kind of extreme stunt, as it was with the Jaguar E-Pace two years ago, and the Jaguar F-Pace back in 2015.
Despite the fact that earlier there were rumors about a new engine from BMW, this was not confirmed. Some experts have suggested that the new F-Type could get a 4.4-liter V8 biturbo engine from the Bavarian campaign. The previous Jaguar Land Rover 5.0-liter V8 engine will remain in place.
The main update will be a hybrid installation with a new in-line six-cylinder engine from JLR. Details have not yet been announced. It also remains unknown whether the brand will leave a manual gearbox in the lineup.
Judging by the previously submitted spy photos, the design of the Jaguar F-Type 2021 model year will receive quite large changes, but they will be evolutionary. Therefore, the model will remain fully recognizable on the road. From the previous version, it will be possible for a new hood, LED optics, as well as the grille and bumper. Of course, there were changes in the design of the stern, where a new bumper and modified taillights appeared.
Sales will begin in 2020, but the cost has not yet been announced. Sales of the Jaguar F-Type will begin immediately in the back of a coupe and convertible.
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