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The Jaguar F-Type will Receive a Special Trim This Year

Jaguar will use a new electric vehicle platform that is currently in development for future models.

Jaguar will release a special F-Type trim later this year to commemorate the company’s 75th anniversary of producing sports cars. The brand intends to commemorate its internal combustion vehicles, with a focus on the Jaguar F-Type, which will be the brand’s final internal combustion sports car. The nostalgic celebration comes as the company embarks on an electrification journey and seeks to expand its portfolio of luxurious electric vehicles.

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Thierry Bolloré, the CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, spoke to Auto Express about the brand’s future, saying, “We’ll be celebrating 75 years of Jaguar sports cars in 2023, and the F-Type will be the last Jaguar sports car with an internal combustion engine. It’ll be a wonderful remembrance of the past.” Jaguar is developing an electric vehicle architecture that will propel the company into the future of transportation.

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Future Jaguar models will be built on a new electric vehicle platform that is currently in development, and test mules are expected to hit the road soon. Jaguar will lead the brand into an EV-based future with the new platform, with plans to sell high-end EVs in the $100,000 price range.

Jaguar has remained largely silent about its future plans, particularly in regards to electric vehicles. It appeared to be non-existent, but Jaguar was working on a new EV platform while also promoting its new Land Rover Defender 130 three-row SUV, according to Bolloré.

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Jaguar already has an electric vehicle in its lineup, the i-Pace SUV, which will remain in production and help the brand bridge the gap. Electric vehicles will eventually replace the brand’s current internal combustion engine vehicles.

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