Jaguar begins testing the F-Type facelift

Jaguar begins testing the F-Type facelift New Jaguar F TYPE
author image Santosh Nair
Tuesday 10 May 2016, 09:46 AM

What you see in the picture is the Jaguar F-Type facelift that has been spied testing at the Nurburgring. This model is to debut as the 2017 version and should hit international markets in 2017.

Jaguar begins testing the F-Type facelift

Jaguar will most probably introduce the facelifted F-Type at the next Geneva Motor Show in 2017 to let the world get an official glimpse of the sports car. The new car will sport a fresh set of head lamps that is likely to get a full-LED treatment, and should include the adaptive function. The test mule was covered with camouflage stickers and tries to hide a redesigned front end that sports a different grille and incorporates a few changes to the aerodynamic lines of the bumper.

Apart from the new tail lamp internals that can be spotted on the picture, the rear has not changed much. However, the dual exhausts that have been specifically placed in the middle is a clear hint that the pre-production testing mule uses the V6, and not the V8. Other than this, there are no further details available on the mechanicals yet.

Expect the car maker to bring the facelift to India soon after it hits the international arena.

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