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Anthony Sophinos
Automotive Editor - October 17, 2018


A raw and unequivocal sports car has the rare ability to awaken the senses with the abruptness of a morning alarm. Such an automobile is pure extravagance; it pushes aside any thoughts of sensibility or practicality for the gusty winds of carefree living. These type of cars exist in their own exclusive stratosphere, often way beyond the realm of affordability. The 2019 Jaguar F-Type, though, defies this. It's a rare sweet spot, combining unparalleled beauty and brawn with a starting price tag that's within reach of the upper middle-class.

What's New for 2019

There are no significant changes for 2019.

Choosing Your Jaguar F-Type

At first glance, the F-Type's long hood and svelte proportions seem to all but guarantee that there's some illustrious and exotic powertrain hidden beneath the sheetmetal. As it turns out, that's true – most of the time. In an effort to drum up a few more sales and make the car a bit more attainable, the Jaguar folks offer the base F-Type with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Despite being the "loss-leader" engine, it manages to pump out an impressive 296 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, and can do the zero-to-60 mph dance in 5.4 seconds. Power is sent back to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.

If you demand a manual shift in your sports car, Jaguar offers a six-speed with the available 3.0-liter supercharged V6. This motor makes either 340 or 380 hp depending on the tune; the 340-horse version does zero-to-60 in five seconds flat, while the 380-hp variant cuts that down to 4.8 seconds. If shifting for yourself isn't your thing, the eight-speed automatic is again available.

For maximum power, go for the 5.0-liter supercharged V8, which is only available in the top-dog R and SVR models. With 550 hp for the R and 575 in SVR spec, this is a bona-fide hot-rod Jaguar. Unlike the lower-spec cars, the V8-powered cars are only offered with all-wheel drive. The prodigious power and added grip make the zero-to-60 mph run something that can be completed in just 3.5 seconds. Top speed is 200 mph.

Having this kind of firepower under the hood demands a stringent safety net in case things go south. To that end, all F-Types are equipped with safety features such as automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, rear parking aid, and a driver condition monitor. Additional safety features like a front parking aid ($285), park assist ($510), and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert ($500) are optional.

With the F-Type, the best soundtrack is the bellow coming from that active exhaust, but if you're looking to play your own tunes all models utilize a Meridian 10-speaker/380-watt sound system. A 12-speaker/770-watt Meridian sound system is available across the board for $770.

The F-Type is available as a convertible as well. The soft-top is available in every trim and costs an additional $3,100 over the equivalent hardtop variant.


The standard F-Type is powered by the 2.0-liter four-cylinder and has a starting price of $61,745 (including a $995 destination charge). All base models include brake-induced torque vectoring, start-stop functionality, multiple drive modes, and column-mounted paddle shifters. Inside, buyers get 12-way power seats, power-adjustable steering column with memory, a five-inch driver information cluster, a 10-inch touchscreen with navigation, a 380-watt Meridian sound system, and SiriusXM radio.

A number of options are available. These include the $225 LED headlights with auto high-beam assist, $1,635 Windsor leather upholstery, $105 flat-bottomed steering wheel, and a $765 Carbon Fiber center console. A Black Exterior Package costs $1,020 includes black hood louvers, grille, fender vents, window surround, front splitter, and rear valance; it can be complemented by the $310 Black Interior Package that comes with black air vents, black instrument cluster trim rings, and a black flat-bottomed steering wheel. A $1,380 Climate Package bundles a heated windshield, heated seats, heated washer jets, and dual-zone climate control. Lastly, a $2,245 Windsor Leather Package dresses things up with a leather headliner and leather sunvisors.

For buyers looking to step up the Supercharged V6, prices start at $69,745 for a 340-hp, manual transmission model. The automatic variant is another $1,300. For $84,345 buyers can get a base F-Type with all-wheel drive, the 380-horse V6, and an automatic transmission; this is the only way to get all-whel drive on a base F-Type. Regardless of transmission or drivetrain, all V6 base models offer the same standard and optional equipment as the four cylinder.


Step up from the base model and you'll be getting comfortable in the $83,045 R-Dynamic. It comes standard with the 380-hp, 3.0-liter supercharged V6 and is hooked to a manual transmission. Additional standard features over the base model include 20-inch wheels, switchable active exhaust, an adaptive suspension, and a limited-slip differential.

A wide variety of options and packages are available for the R-Dynamic. The Interior and Exterior Black Packages return, as do the Leather Package and Climate Package. Buyers can also get the $3,570 Exterior Design Package, which brings body-color side sills, rear venturi, and an aerodynamic splitter. The Exterior Black Design Package ($4,185) contains the contents of the Exterior Design Package but adds black side sills, rear venturi, and an aerodynamic splitter. A Exterior Carbon Fiber Package ($4,080) contains carbon-fiber hood louvers, fender vents, and mirror caps, body-color side sills, rear venturi, and an aerodynamic splitter, and black grille and window surround. A Suedecloth Upper Environment Package (who named that one?) brings a suede headliner and sunvisors with vanity mirrors for $970. Lastly, the Configurable Dynamic Mode is $565 and gives buyers the ability to customize the driving settings of their car, allowing fine-tuned calibration of the throttle and transmission shift points, steering weighting, and damper response.

An automatic transmission costs an additional $300. An AWD variant is automatic-only and runs for $87,345.


The big guns come out with the V8-powered, $101,745 R. Besides the big 5.0-supercharged V8, buyers of the R get AWD, an automatic transmission, quad outboard exhaust pipes, an electronic active differential, and the configurable dynamic mode. There's also goodies like bespoke 20-inch wheels, keyless entry, Windsor leather, configurable ambient interior lighting, R-branded sport seats and steering wheel, and auto-dimming exterior mirrors.

Available packages closely mirror those on the R-Dynamic. Exclusive to the R is the optional $12,240 Carbon Ceramic Brake Package and the $1,635 Climate Package 2. The latter is the same as Climate Package 1 but adds ventilated seats, while the former brings massive 15.7-inch front/15-inch rear carbon-ceramic brakes with bright yellow calipers, all hidden behind special five-spoke, 20-inch wheels.


For $123,745, you can own the big kahuna of F-Types: the almighty SVR. With the 575-hp V8, it's the ultimate F-Type when it comes to power and hustle. Standard features include lightweight titanium exhaust, redesigned aerodynamics, carbon-fiber rear wing, quilted Windsor leather, SVR performance seats, and a front parking aid.

As for options, the Leather Package, Climate Package 2, and Carbon Ceramic Brake Packages all return to the ordering sheet. The only package exclusive to the SVR is the Carbon Fiber SVR Package, which brings carbon-fiber hood louvers, mirror caps, front splitter, and rear venturi, as well as carbon ingot fender vents.

CarsDirect Tip

The V8 models are powerful, sonorous machines, but with six-figure price tags they are hard to justify. Our favorite of the 2019 Jaguar F-Type litter is the 340-hp V6, manual-transmission, base-model. With a starting price that sneaks in under $70,000, it's a strong value for the level of performance, engagement, and standard equipment that comes along with it.

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