Jaguar F-Type Car Concept by Auto Express has been designed to sit somewhere within between the Porsche Cayman along with the 911 in terms associated with both price as well as performance. According to be able to Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar global brand director, that means the idea won’t have much inside the way of primary competition. Jaguar have already revealed that the F-Type will talk about many styling features using the C-X16 concept, so that offers a fairly good baseline to work from. Auto Express’ F-Type rendering looks entirely feasible given the details so far, and also on top of that will it does look very Jaguar-ish from all angles, whilst also being sufficiently diverse from the XK to not really be confusing or even irrelevant. Other details Auto Express managed for you to coax out of Hallmark, and also Jaguar’s chief designer Ian Callum, had been that the car undoubtedly won’t be fitted with a hybrid drivetrain, that it’ll be engineered first and foremost being a driver’s car, and that Jaguar are generally expecting that many F-Type consumers will be first timers on the brand. With the F-Type they hope to be able to provide an attractive alternative to folks who otherwise may buy a 911, Mercedes SL, Lotus Evora or perhaps an M3.