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Jaguar F-Type Reims Edition, 2021, front

JAGUAR is releasing a special edition of its F-Type sports car in coupe form and it should be on the road in March.

The Reims Edition is priced from £58,950 and is available with either P300 or P450 powertrains.

With a special blue paint job only 150 examples - all exclusive to the UK - are to be made.

The F-Type follows the XE Reims Edition launched in 2019 and comes with an Exterior Black Pack, with gloss black side vents, Jaguar script and Leaper, and grille surround.

A set of 20-inch five split-spoke gloss black alloy wheels are also standard.

Inside, the Reims Edition is finished in black which includes gloss black door switches, door handles, and instrument cluster finisher.

There is also a fixed panoramic roof, heated seats and a climate pack which includes two-zone climate control, heated steering wheel and a heated windscreen.

The F-Type Reims Edition in P450 guise costs from £71,450 and the extras add up to savings of £4,160 says Jaguar.

The Reims Edition moniker is inspired by Jaguar's sporting heritage, specifically the D-Type's maiden victory at the 12 Hours of Reims in 1954 which marked the start of a golden era in Jaguar competition history, and went on to influence all future Jaguar sports cars, from the E-Type to F-Type.

The E-Type itself celebrates its 60thanniversary this year and is commemorated by another very special F-Type produced by Jaguar's Special Vehicles' Bespoke team.

The limited-edition F-Type ‘Heritage 60 Edition' is finished in Sherwood Green - another nostalgic colour choice - and comes with 1960's inspired details, a bespoke interior and commemorative badging forthe iconic E-Type's diamond anniversary.


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