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Jaguar Bids Farewell to F-Type with Historic Heritage Addition

The final Jaguar F-Type sports car, produced at the Castle Bromwich manufacturing facility, is set to join the prestigious Jaguar Heritage collection.

In a nod to history, the final F-Type will be placed into the official Jaguar Heritage collection, precisely 50 years after the last E-Type was produced. The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust (JDHT) will add both the final coupé and convertible versions of the F-Type to its collection, celebrating the brand’s storied past. The F-Type will remain available for purchase until early 2025, marking the end of its production at Castle Bromwich.

Jaguar is gearing up for a new chapter as it transitions to an all-electric lineup starting in 2025. The last F-Type, a 5.0-litre V8 Convertible in Giola Green with a black roof and Tan Windsor leather interior, mirrors the final E-type Series III Convertible from 1974.

This special edition F-Type will be entrusted to the JDHT, joining its E-type predecessor in the official Jaguar Heritage collection. Both vehicles will feature in a series of special events and activities this year, highlighting the brand’s rich legacy.

The F-Type and E-type both marked the end of their production eras on nearly the same day, symbolizing the beginning of new ventures. The last E-type in 1974 paved the way for the Jaguar XJ-S, while the final F-Type heralds the arrival of a four-door electric GT, set to debut in 2025.

Jaguar’s founder, Sir William Lyons, envisioned a future-facing, relevant, and original brand. This ethos has guided Jaguar for nearly a century, fostering a legacy of contemporary British luxury. As Jaguar celebrates its 75-year history of innovative sports cars, it also anticipates a new era focused on deepening client engagement and maintaining its inspirational legacy.

Rawdon Glover, Managing Director of Jaguar, expressed excitement for the future: “Today, as we celebrate F-Type and our 75-year history of innovative Jaguar sports cars, we are also looking forward to the beginning of a new era. We will reimagine and elevate the Jaguar brand that will be focused on growing client intimacy and engagement, underpinned by our purpose to inspire like no other.”

First launched as a convertible in 2013, the F-Type was Jaguar’s first two-seat sports car in nearly four decades and was named the 2013 World Car Design of the Year. The coupé version debuted the following year. To date, 87,731 F-Types have been produced.

The JDHT records show that Jaguar produced 72,528 E-types, culminating in a special run of 50 cars, most of which were painted black, except for the second-to-last car in British Racing Green.

Both the final F-Type and E-type will be housed in the JDHT at Gaydon, alongside the last series XE, XF, and XF Sportbrake models, marking the end of an era and the beginning of a new, electrifying chapter for Jaguar.

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