Jaguar doesn’t want you to treat the F-type Coupe merely as a hard-top version of the roadster, which preceded it over a year ago when the British luxury nameplate decided to evoke fond memories of the legendary E-type.
Because the F-type Coupe has a significantly stiffer and more distinctively styled roof, Jaguar says it handles with more fluency and looks sportier than the soft-top F-type.
Jaguar is certainly right about the appearance of the F-type Coupe, for a start. From whichever angle you view the car, it simply looks stunning. The rear end has been designed in such a way to look as spectacular as the E-type of the 1960s.
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