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Five years later, the Jaguar F-Type continues to be one of the most beautiful cars in the world

We reacquaint ourselves with one of Britain's finest automobiles.
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When it comes to car design, there are very few modern cars that grab our attention as much as the Jaguar F-Type. Whether it's in its coupe or convertible form, the long, sleek hood, the perfect proportions, and the muscular rear haunches create a silhouette that has become an instant classic and it's only gotten better in time. 

Since the first F-Type rolled off the production line in 2013, Jaguar has added things like a proper six-speed manual gearbox, a true roadster, all-wheel-drive, and the fastest Jag ever with an SVR model that can hit 200 mph. Most recently, the company made the car even more accessible with the addition of a 296-hp, four-cylinder model (above) that brings the price point down to a very reasonable $59,900. 

The F-Type is not only is a worthy successor to the E-Type, but it reassures us that the very heart and soul of the Jaguar brand is in good hands and we can't wait to see where Ian Callum and the team take it next.

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