Jaguar has expanded its F-Typeline-up with a brand-new R-Dynamic Black trim level, bringing visual upgrades and a greater standard requirements to both coupé and convertible variations of the two-seater cars.
Available for both four-cylinder and V8-powered variations of the F-Type, R-Dynamic Black cars and trucks begin with ₤ 64,495 and get the formerly optional Black Exterior pack as standard. This exchanges all silver trim for black versions, and consists of bespoke 20in gloss black alloy wheels that aren’t readily available anywhere else in the variety. Three paint colours are provided: Santorini Black, Eiger Grey and Firenze Red.
Interior additions include a suede headliner and matching suede instrument cluster, an option of ebony or Mars-coloured leather, and 12-way electrically adjustable sports seats as requirement.
R-Dynamic Black automobiles are mechanically similar to the existing F-Type line-up. The entry-level car’s four-cylinder Ingenium engine produces 296bhp and is solely readily available in rear-wheel-drive type, while the 5.0-litre V8 design has 444bhp and can be had in either rear- or all-wheel drive. The supercharged F-Type R is four-wheel drive just, producing 567bhp and appealing 0-60mph in 3.5 sec.
As part of in 2015’s extensive facelift, the V6 powertrain option was eliminated from the UK line-up. It stays on sale in other areas.
“Creating the brand-new F-Type R-Dynamic Black models provided us the chance to discreetly improve the method the vehicle looks– inside and out– and at the same time magnify both the high-end and sporting components of its character,” Jaguar style director Julian Thomson said. “The result is a lot more purposeful, focused, distinct style with real existence.”
The brand-new trim level will eventually change the First Edition, which is set to go out of production later on this year.
The entry-level cars and truck’s four-cylinder Ingenium engine produces 296bhp and is solely readily available in rear-wheel-drive type, while the 5.0-litre V8 model has 444bhp and can be had in either rear- or all-wheel drive. As part of last year’s comprehensive facelift, the V6 powertrain choice was removed from the UK line-up.