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Jaguar reinvents its sports car

An old favourite has been given a new look, writes Kyle Fortune.

20th April, 2013
The Jaguar F-Type has a chassis of rare poise and agility.

Jaguar without a sports car is as unthinkable as Porsche or Ferrari not having one, according to Adrian Hallmark, brand director at Jaguar. Yet the company has been without a true sports car since the E-Type's demise in the 1970s. The Jaguar XK model, Hallmark admits, is more of a GT. The F-Type changes that though, the two-seat roadster finally filling the void that's long been obvious in Jaguar's range.

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