sgCarMart – Jaguar sold over 70,000 units of the E-Types globally over the span of 13 years (1961-1974) and established the British carmaker as an icon in the 1960s.
40 years later, the British carmaker announced the successor to the E-Type, and was officially unveiled, as a soft-top convertible, at the Paris Motor Show in 2012. Based on the C-X16 concept hybrid electric sports car, the spiritual successor - conveniently dubbed the F-Type - will be the car that will define Jaguar in years to come.
Unlike a Porsche, where there's a dedicated group for whom nothing but a 911 will satisfy, the Jaguar attracts a different group with its extrovert personality. And that's no bad thing, especially for buyers who are looking to separate themselves from the sea of Porsche owners and fans.
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