Final Jaguar F-Type Produced – Farewell to Our British Muscle Car

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The final chapter of the Jaguar F-Type has been written, marking the end of an era for this iconic British sports car. Last produced at Jaguar’s Castle Bromwich facility on May 22, 2024, the farewell model stands out in Giola Green with a Tan Windsor leather interior and a distinctive black roof. This last unit, alongside its sedan and sportbrake siblings, holds a special place in automotive history, reminiscent of Jaguar’s legendary E-Type whose production concluded in 1974.

Reflecting on our extensive experiences with the Jaguar F-Type over the years, we fondly remember the many reviews that led us to affectionately dub it as our British muscle car and our very last brush of the vehicle last year. From its debut in 2013 to its final production in 2024, Jaguar built 87,731 units of the F-Type, surpassing the legacy of the E-Type in sheer numbers.

Looking forward, Jaguar is embarking on a new journey towards electrification, signaling the end of an era and the beginning of a new chapter. The upcoming lineup promises electric innovations with a focus on luxury and performance, featuring a minimalist design ethos and sustainable materials akin to the Range Rover lineup. The iconic Leaper emblem will make way for a new visual identity, marking a significant shift for the brand.

As Jaguar prepares to unveil its first electric sports car and subsequent SUVs in the coming years, enthusiasts and critics alike await eagerly to see how the brand’s legacy will evolve in the age of electric mobility. The transition promises powerful performance, advanced technology, and a renewed commitment to luxury, ensuring Jaguar remains at the forefront of automotive innovation.

The farewell to the Jaguar F-Type is not just an end, but a poignant reminder of the brand’s storied past and its promising future in the world of electric vehicles.


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