The Jaguar F Type, The Spiritual Successor To The Famous E Type Was Offered As The Replacement For The Jaguar XK, With The Coupe Version Introduced At The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. Jaguar As A Company Wanted This New Model To Be Massively Dramatic On A Visual Level, But At The Same Time Needed The Now Dated XK To Be A Very Distant Memory To Both New And Old Clients To The Jaguar Brand. Jaguar As A Manufacturer Has A Wealth Of Historical Past Racing Heritage, Along With Being Able To Offer Some Of The Most Desirable And Distinctive Cars Of All Time And This New F Type Model, Was Not Going To Disappoint The Eager Buyers. From The Moment The Jaguar F Type Was Unveiled To The World, This Model Gained Global Recognition As A Contemporary Great British Design, Which Included Being Named As The Worlds Car Design Of The Year Accolade, So It Was With Little Surprise That In 2016 The Castle Bromwich Factory Introduced Their Very Own Creation Of The Exclusive British Design Edition, For A Limited Time Of Just Twelve Months. These Cars Available In Either Coupe Or Convertible Would Celebrate This Striking Design From Ian Callum, With Stunning Vehicles Packed With Various High End Options As Standard And Decorated With Special Edition British Design Motifs, Which Instantly Separated This Car From The Other More Normal F Type Models Available. From The Jaguar Factory The Cars Had Been Fitted With The Three Litre V6 Super Charged Engine, Generating A More Than Healthy 380 BHP Capable Of Accelerating Both Driver & Passenger From 0-62MPH In Just 5.1 Seconds And Would Further Glide To An Electrically Limited Top Speed Of 171 MPH.
The Jaguar F-Type 400 Sport, a special-edition model that would remain on sale for just one year, was launched as part of a raft of revisions to the British sports car. The F-Type 400 Sport launch edition is powered by an upgraded version of the 3.0-litre supercharged V6 engine producing a power output of 400 BHP (hence the name) and the addition of the Super Performance braking system (which features 380 mm front and 376 mm rear discs and black calipers with 400 Sport logo) and a Configurable Dynamics system which allows drivers to select individual settings for the throttle, transmission, steering and dampers. The F-Type 400 Sport features unique 20-inch alloy wheels.
The car features ‘400 Sport’ badges on the front splitter and rear of the car, as well as the centre console, steering wheel, tread plates and embroidered headrests