A series of Checkered Flag limited-edition versions are available with either the 4-cylinder engine or the 380-horsepower supercharged V6. This involves sport seats, leather upholstery with contrasting stitching, cabin accents of brushed dark aluminum and Gloss Black 20-in alloy wheels with a dedicated design.
Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration becomes standard throughout the range, along with front parking sensors. The manual transmission option is no longer offered. See the 2019 Jaguar F-Type models for sale near you
As mentioned above, if it's just the looks that draw you to the 2020 F-TYPE, the 4-cylinder version could easily suffice. On the other hand, the SVR is extreme, both in terms of muscle and money. The R versions have enough of everything. Find a Jaguar F-Type for sale
The 2020 Jaguar F-TYPE is available as a 2-seater coupe with a glass sunroof or a 2-seater convertible with a power-retractable fabric top. Both styles come in base, R-Dynamic, R and SVR trim levels.
The base F-TYPE coupe ($62,625) starts with 18-in alloy wheels, LED lighting, an automatic rear spoiler, steering wheel-mounted shift paddles, a sport exhaust with center-mounted dual tailpipes, rain-sensing wipers, leather/suede-effect fabric upholstery, 12-way power-adjustable seats with driver's-side memory settings, a power-adjustable steering wheel (tilt-and-telescopic), a self-dimming rearview mirror, front parking sensors, an engine start button, a 10-in touchscreen, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, navigation, a USB slot, HD/satellite radio, a 12-speaker/770-watt Meridian audio system, emergency braking, an adaptive speed limiter, lane-keeping assist, traffic sign recognition and a driver fatigue monitor.
The F-TYPE Checkered Flag Limited Edition coupe with the 4-cylinder engine ($72,925) adds its aesthetic differences.
The R-Dynamic coupe ($85,325) has the 380-hp V6, 20-in wheels and an adaptive suspension. AWD is an extra $3,000 in this version.
The corresponding 380-hp Checkered Flag coupe ($95,525) has AWD as standard, while otherwise following the same formula as the 4-cylinder model.
The F-TYPE R coupe ($102,825) gets the supercharged V8, stronger brakes, an electronic torque-vectoring limited-slip differential, heated sport seats and rear parking sensors. The coupe has a powered tailgate.
The SVR coupe ($124,625) has the most muscle, as well as a titanium exhaust system, a fixed carbon fiber rear spoiler, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic assist, quilted stitching in the leather-covered seats, and a simulated suede headliner (coupe).
Options include a heated windshield, a carbon fiber roof for the coupe, active safety features like blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic assist, plus a pricey but strong carbon ceramic brake system in the sportier trims.
Convertible variants cost an extra $3,100. The convertible's top takes 12 seconds to go up or down, and it can operate at speeds of up to 30 mph.
Trunk space is tight in the convertible: 7 cu ft. The coupe is only marginally more accommodating at 11 cu ft.
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2020 Chevrolet Corvette -- The Corvette is comparable in many respects to the V8-powered F-TYPE models and costs much less.
2020 Porsche 718 Boxster -- For pure open-topped driving enjoyment, it doesn't get much better than this. However, there's no engine in the Boxster's portfolio to match the F-TYPE's V8.
Used Aston Martin V8 Vantage -- Sensational looks. It's an entry level model, but still feels incredibly special.