Jaguar F-Type production ends; final unit heads to heritage collection

The final Jaguar F-Type has rolled off the assembly line at the brand’s Castle Bromwich production facility. The last unit will be part of the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust’s heritage collection.

The Jaguar F-Type was launched in 2013 as a spiritual successor to the iconic E-Type. It was offered in coupe and convertible body styles. It was available in high-performance versions like the F-Type R and F-Type SVR, as well as limited editions such as Project 7 and 400 Sport.

Final Jaguar F-Type-Giola Green-2

“The singular vision of Jaguar’s founder, Sir William Lyons, was to always be future-facing, relevant and original. This has been the foundation of Jaguar through almost a century of evolving contemporary British luxury,” Rawdon Glover, MD of Jaguar said. “Today, as we celebrate F-TYPE and our 75-year history of innovative Jaguar sports cars, we are also looking forward to the beginning of a new era. We will reimagine and elevate the Jaguar brand that will be focused on growing client intimacy and engagement, underpinned by our purpose to inspire like no other,” he added.

The final Jaguar F-Type is a convertible finished in Giola Green with a black roof and a Tan Windsor leather interior. Under the bonnet is a 5.0-liter V8 engine.

According to Jaguar, 87,731 F-Types have been produced to date.

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