Although the Jaguar F-Type Coupe is still awaiting its official reveal at the LA Motor Show 2013 and the Tokyo Motor Show 2013, it has been spotted in the UK.
It has been seen before, but the photographs by 18-year-old car enthusiast Rob Barker offer the clearest view of the brand new Jaguar yet.
The model is “camouflaged” in black and white checkerboard print but shows off the car’s svelte figure. Jaguar officially released photos of the upcoming model but the aerial shot didn’t give much away about the car, other than it could feature a panoramic glass roof.
It appears that all the news is coming pretty fast as the company only announced that the vehicle would be unveiled at the LA Motor Show, which kicks off next week, and deliveries will start in the spring of 2014.
More details will be announced at the American and Japanese motor shows that are taking place over the next few weeks, as well as more information being released once the car has been officially unveiled.
Jaguar has already confirmed that its F-Type Coupe will be released the day before the LA Motor Show kicks off on November 20th. The company has tipped the event as “the world’s most dynamic car reveal ever”, though exact details of what it has planned are still largely unknown.
The F-type coupe is expected to be powered with a range of V6, V6 S and V8 engines – the same that are offered in the convertible. It is also thought that the model with be a foundation for other, more extreme, versions of the car. This could include S, R and RS models, as well as a range-topping 600bhp F-Type RS-GT road racer.
Jaguar’s convertible F-Type has been extremely popular with the company’s customers and it is expecting the coupe to receive a similar level of interest when it is eventually launched at the Motor Show.
The company has described the F-Type Coupe as the “most dynamically capable, performance-focused, production Jaguar ever”.
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