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2020 Jaguar F-TYPE Overview

Neil Cumins
Automotive Editor - April 9, 2019

The 2020 Jaguar F-Type, the brand's two-seater sports car, offers 36 derivatives by way of five engines, five trim levels, rear- or all-wheel drive, and coupe and convertible body styles.

What's New for 2020

Jaguar has done away with the manual transmission option due to low demand. As a way to celebrate 70 years of sports cars at Jaguar, the 2020 model year also includes a limited edition Checkered Flag model, distinguished by unique 20-inch wheels, a black contrast roof on coupes, and a steering wheel with a checkered flag logo.

Choosing Your Jaguar F-Type

With 36 different configurations available, building your ideal F-Type involves choosing between two body styles, rear- or all-wheel drive, five engines, and five trim levels. With the manual transmission no longer offered, every engine uses an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Every F-Type is available as a coupe or convertible, with the latter costing $3,100 more. Checkered Flag models are the exception, where convertible models are just $2,400 more expensive than coupes.

The F-Type engine range starts with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, developing 296 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. It's available on the base F-Type and Checkered Flag trims, and returns an EPA-estimated 23 miles per gallon city, 30 mpg highway, and 26 combined. The next up is a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 producing 340 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque. It's only available on the F-Type trim, and achieves 20/28/23 mpg (city/highway/combined). Both of these engines are only available with rear-wheel drive.

A more powerful 3.0-liter supercharged V6 is found in F-Type R-Dynamic models. It produces 380 hp and 339-lb-ft of torque, and returns 19/27/22 mpg. This engine is available with rear-wheel drive as standard, or all-wheel drive for $3,000 more (fuel economy also drops to 18/26/21 mpg).

Finally, a V8 engine is available in two states of tune, with power fed to all four wheels. The 5.0-liter supercharged V8 producing 550 hp and 502 lb-ft of torque is found in R models, while the 575-hp, 5.0-liter supercharged V8 with 516 lb-ft of torque powers the range-topping SVR. The former returns 15/23/18 mpg, while the latter gets 16/24/18 mpg.

Jaguar’s upgraded Touch Pro infotainment system is now standard across the F-Type range, with a 10-inch touchscreen and a 60-gigabyte hard drive allied to a 4G data connection which can direct the car to the nearest available parking space at journey’s end.

Safety is addressed with standard automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control, and available front and rear parking sensors. The semi-autonomous park assistance system handles steering into and out of parallel parking bays, with the driver controlling the throttle and brake.


The base Jaguar F-Type starts at $62,625 (all prices include the $1,025 destination fee) as a coupe with the four-cylinder engine. The available 340-hp V6 raises the price by $9,500. Standard features include LED headlights and taillights, leather and suede-clad sports seats with 12-way power and memory, a 10-speaker Meridian sound system, navigation, and smartphone integration via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The Climate Package 1 ($1,125) adds a heated windshield and steering wheel and two-zone climate control. The Black Exterior Package ($1,100) adds gloss black side vents, hood louvers, side window surround, rear valance, grille surround, and Aerodynamic splitter, while the Interior Black Package ($310) adds black vent surrounds and instrument cluster dial rings, and a flat-bottom leather steering wheel with black spokes.

Notable standalone upgrades include a 12-speaker Meridian sound system ($870), blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert ($500), keyless entry ($460), a panoramic sunroof ($1,175), and a carbon fiber roof ($2,040).

Checkered Flag

The F-Type Checkered Flag starts out at $72,925 with the four-cylinder engine. Moving up to the available 380-hp V6 with all-wheel drive engine raises the starting price to $95,525.

Visually, Checkered Flag models are distinguished by black design details across extended side sills, a black contrast roof on coupes, and exclusive 20-inch gloss black wheels. There are red brake calipers and matching illuminated tread plates, with a heated steering wheel capped by a red center marker. Checkered Flag logos are found here and on the embossed performance seats, which are clad in Windsor leather and covered with red seat belts.

With the steering wheel already heated, the Climate Package 1 drops to $875 for the heated windshield and dual-zone climate control. The Black Exterior Package and Interior Black Package aren't available, but standalone options remain largely the same as on the F-Type.


R-Dynamic models start at $85,325 with the 380-hp V6 engine and rear-wheel drive. The R-Dynamic is distinguished by 20-inch split spoke wheels, a gloss black body kit, an aluminum center console, and an active exhaust.

The Black Exterior Design Package ($4,185) combines black exterior accents with body-colored side sills, rear venturi, and an aerodynamic splitter, while the Carbon Fiber Exterior Package ($4,080) adds the same stuff in carbon fiber form. The Carbon Ceramic Brake Package ($14,740) bundles carbon ceramic brakes with yellow calipers, 20-inch black wheels, and bright metal pedals. The Black Exterior Package ($700), Interior Black Package ($310), Climate Package 1 ($1,125) return.

A trim-exclusive configurable dynamics system costs $565 and allows owners to enhance refinement, comfort, and the vehicle's performance, while the front and rear parking sensors are available for $510.


The all-wheel-drive F-Type R with the 550-hp V8 engine is priced from $102,825. The cabin receives a number of upgrades including metal pedals, ambient lighting, and an R-branded aluminum center console. The Windsor leather seats are R-branded, as is the steering wheel, and four outboard-mounted exhaust pipes add some visual drama to the car’s appearance.

The Black Exterior Package ($375), Black Exterior Design Package ($2,500), Carbon Fiber Exterior Package ($3,470), Interior Black Package ($310), Carbon Ceramic Brake Package ($12,240), and Climate Package 1 ($1,125) are again available.


Completing the F-Type range is the SVR, available exclusively with the 575-hp V8 and all-wheel drive, that starts at $124,625. The extra performance is complemented by redesigned aerodynamics, including a carbon fiber rear wing. The interior is dressed in quilted Windsor leather with SVR Performance seats and a heated steering wheel, plus suede headlining and aluminum gearshift paddles.

The only available packages are the Exterior Carbon Fiber SVR Package ($4,080), SVR Carbon Ceramic Brake Package ($12,240), and Climate Package 1 ($875).

CarsDirect Tip

The 2020 Jaguar F-Type is a lot of fun to drive, stylish, and seemingly inexhaustibly customizable. Of all the choices in the lineup, R-Dynamic models will generate more than enough power for most owners.

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