Jaguar’s sports car was revised for 2021 with slipperier styling, more power for its top engine and a new 12.3-inch reconfigurable instrument cluster. One thing that will stay the same, however, is its price. Base models of the 2021 F-Type start at $62,625 — the same as model-year 2020 versions (all prices include a $1,025 destination charge).
That price is for the base coupe in P300 trim with rear-wheel drive. For the convertible in the same trim, prices start at $65,725. Power comes from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder good for 296 horsepower and 295 pounds-feet of torque. Prices climb steeply through the lineup.
Jumping up from the base model is the limited-edition rear-wheel-drive First Edition trim, which also uses the turbocharged four-cylinder. It starts at $74,125 for the coupe and $76,425 for the convertible.
Next is the R-Dynamic all-wheel-drive performance model, which upgrades to a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 that makes 380 hp and 339 pounds-feet of torque. It starts at $82,825 for the coupe and $85,925 for the convertible.
Last is the topline all-wheel-drive R model, which gets slightly more horsepower for the 2021. The supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 now makes 575 hp and 516 pounds-feet of torque, up 25 hp and 14 pounds-feet of torque over the previous version. It starts at $104,225 for the coupe and $106,925 for the convertible.
The 2021 F-Type is on sale now.
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