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Editor's note: What follows is preliminary information about the 2014 Jaguar F-Type. Check back later for full details.
The Jaguar F-Type debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
While the modern-looking rear with its slivered taillights and shiny center-mounted exhaust ports is probably better executed than the front, that's where most people will likely focus their attention. Unlike the current-generation XK's initial rendering, this F-Type has less resemblance to the Aston Martin.
The cockpit is driver-oriented with a grab handle to the right of the shifter that serves to both separate the passenger from the controls and give them something to hold onto if the door's grab handle isn't enough.
While more automakers are integrating every control into a touch-screen, Jaguar has returned the climate controls to large analog knobs, though the automaker did put digital readouts in the knobs' center. Want to turn on the seat heaters? Push the knob in and the readout switches from temperature to seat heat level; just turn the knob to adjust.
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