There isn’t much to dislike about the Jaguar F-Type. It has a long history dating back to 1982, where the first concept for a completely unrelated design was initially launched and later evolved into something else.
The untimely death of the Head of Design for Jaguar in 2000 halted the subsequent launch of the F-Type concept, which at the time was a 2-seat speedster. The idea was resuscitated, and the F-Type made an official entrance in 2013 as a 2-door soft top convertible. It was later modified to a 2-door fastback coupe. There are 9 models in the F-Type range with 7 engine capacities between them, starting at 2.0L turbocharged and topping off at 5.0L Supercharged V8, all petrol options. It uses the German transmission system 6-speed S6-45 for manual and 8-speed ZF 8HP for automatic. Despite the long journey that brought the F-Type to where it is today, the success it recorded for Jaguar is enormous.