We think one very specific Jaguar F-Type fits the bill.
The automaker reportedly poached one of the engineers of the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar to make it happen too.
These drivers' lives are better than yours right now.
For 2018, the whole F-Type range gets some minor updates.
No, that F-Type didn't off-road through the mountains to get the shot. It's all photoshop.
Ian Callum, Design Director for Jaguar, offers some off-the-cuff opinions on car design—including the future of the F-Type.
An electric sports sedan, a new crossover, and rear seats for the F-Type are all part of Jaguar's new plans.
It might wear an Aston Martin badge, but the DB7 could have very easily been the F-Type.
The Jaguar makes 550 horses and does 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. But the Porsche basically bends the laws of physics.
Will this be Jaguar's new entry-level sports car?
Just because an automaker builds a great car, it doesn't automatically mean people will buy it. And that's unfortunate.
With 575 horsepower, 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, and a top speed of 200 mph, the F-Type SVR is the new king of the Jaguar lineup.
More power and more noise? That's the kind of "more" we like.
Guess the rumors were true: The hot-rodded Jag will debut at the Geneva Motor Show and go on sale this summer.
That exhaust, though.