Jaguar F-Type Summary
|Max Power||297 bhp @ 5500|
Jaguar F-Type Price List in India
Jaguar F-Type price start at ₹ 90.93 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 2.8 Crore. Check out the entire Jaguar F-Type variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Jaguar F-Type new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date F-Type four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Jaguar F-Type Variants Price
|F-Type Variants||Ex-showroom Price|
|1997 cc, Petrol, 15.3 kmpl||₹ 90.93 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, 10.85 kmpl||₹ 93.66 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, 15.38 kmpl||₹ 1.01 Crore|
|1997 cc, Petrol, 10.7 kmpl||₹ 1.04 Crore|
|2995 cc, Petrol, 10.85 kmpl||₹ 2.22 Crore|
|2995 cc, Petrol, 10.7 kmpl||₹ 2.37 Crore|
|2995 cc, Petrol, 12.5 kmpl||₹ 2.65 Crore|
|5000 cc, Petrol, 12.05 kmpl||₹ 2.8 Crore|
Jaguar F-Type Colours
- Narvik Black
- Fuji White
- Caldera Red
- Santorini Black Metallic
- Yulong White Metallic
- Corris Grey Metallic
- Indus Silver
- British Racing Green Metallic
- Loire Blue Metallic
- Ultra Blue Metallic
- Carpathian Grey
- Silicon Silver
Jaguar F-Type Videos
Jaguar F-Type Highlights
Jaguar is known for making some very beautiful sportscars in the past – like the XK120 and E-Type that is very fondly considered the world's most beautiful car in the history books of automotive nirvana. Roadsters generally have long bonnets and stubby tails, and still manage to look pretty elegant and sporty. The F-Type falls under this category as well, albeit with stunning, modern appeal, sophisticated technology and engines. In 2018, JLR downsized the base-spec F-type with its 2.0-ingenium petrol, which, resulted in a drop in Jaguar F-Type price for the entry-level model.
The silhouette of the Jaguar F-Type is absolutely gorgeous. The long bonnet and flowing lines work together to give the F-Type the appeal it so deserves. Up-front, it gets a large D-shaped grille, while there are also vertically-stacked air inlets below the swept-back headlamps. Viewed from the side, the F-Type boasts of a subtle shoulder line that goes all the way to the rear and over the wide, flared rear haunches. At the rear, the slender tail lamps look sporty, and the shapely tail with the gently protruding bumper look spot-on, along with the quad exhaust pipes.
The Jaguar F-Type variants are as follows: 2.0 Coupe, 2.0 Convertible, 2.0 Coupe R-Dynamic, 2.0 Convertible R-Dynamic, 5.0 V8 AWD Coupe R, 5.0 V8 AWD Coupe SVR and 5.0 V8 AWD Convertible R. Features include a 25.4cm touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, multi-function steering wheel, parking sensors, paddle-shifters, cruise control, voice control and electrically-adjustable seats. On the safety front, it comes equipped with six airbags, ABS, ESP and traction control.
The cabin of the Jaguar F-Type new model is just as beautifully done as the exterior. There's no wood, unnecessary chrome or tacky plastics that can be seen. In fact, the fit and finish levels are right up there, with the best from Germany. The air-con knobs feel top-notch in terms of quality, and the chunky steering wheel feels rather nice to grip. We also like the white numbering on the grey background for the dials, and the pop-up air-con vents that take you by surprise. As expected of a sportscar, you sit nice and low to the ground, with a good view out of the cockpit.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Jaguar F-Type is powered by a 5.0-litre, V8 petrol engine that makes 543bhp and 680Nm of torque and a 2.0-litre, petrol engine that produces 296bhp and 400Nm of torque . Paired to both engines is an 8-speed automatic transmission. For a car that makes so much power, it's quite surprising how the car doesn't surge forward when you dab on the throttle, which helps in traffic conditions like ours. The engine is very responsive, and as you push harder, the motor floors you with all that power. Put the hood down, and the pops and crackles from the exhaust are bound to thrill you. In dynamic mode, the car handles really well, thanks to the stiffening of the dampers. Partly responsible as well is the all-aluminium chassis and the electronic rear differential. The F-Type also deals with speed-breakers well, without its underbelly grazing the bumps. Also, the F-Type is an easy sportscar to drive around, and the ride is pliant as well. As mentioned earlier, with the introduction of a 2.0-petrol in the base-spec trim, Jaguar F-type on-road price, for the base-spec variant, has been reduced by a significant margin.
The Jaguar F-Type's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 15.38kpl for the 2.0-litre petrol model and 12.5kpl for the V8 5.0-litre, petrol model.