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The Jaguar F-Type is a stellar luxury sports car for many reasons. The spiritual successor to the iconic E-Type boasts head-turning styling, a standard supercharged V8, and the premium interior quality you’d expect from Jaguar’s flagship performance car. We also like that it’s available as a coupe or a convertible.

There’s no such thing as a cheap Jaguar F-Type. However, there’s a pretty wide range in price between the base model and a fully-loaded top trim with all of the bells and whistles. Let’s consider what you can expect to pay for this stylish grand tourer.

How much does the Jaguar F-Type cost?

The Jaguar F-Type has a starting MSRP of $77,900. That’s for the F-Type R-Dynamic Coupe. It comes with the P450 powertrain, which is a supercharged 5.0-liter V8. It’s rated at 444 hp and 428 lb-ft of torque, and Jaguar claims a 0-60 mph time of 4.4 seconds. This is the only variant of the F-Type with rear-wheel drive; all the rest have AWD.

Standard kit in the base R-Dynamic model includes electronic adaptive suspension, leather and suede upholstery, a 10-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a Meridian 10-speaker audio system, and a power liftgate.

Windsor leather upholstery is available for $1,650; you can add a suede headliner for $1,500.

Upgrading to the F-Type 75 retains the P450 powertrain, but it comes standard with all-wheel drive. It also adds the two interior options of the base trim as standard, plus ventilated performance seats and ambient interior lighting. This trim starts at $89,900.

Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Jaguar F-Type costs

The top Jaguar F-Type R75 trim starts at $113,000 for the coupe. Like the two trims below it, splurging for the convertible adds $2,000 to the price tag.

The R75 model comes with some nice performance upgrades. You get the P575 powertrain, which is still a supercharged V8, but it’s tuned for 575 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. The result is a 0-60 mph time of just 3.5 seconds. Another performance upgrade is bigger brakes with red calipers.

Naturally, it also comes with premium upgrades like the extended leather interior, suede headliner, and Windsor leather seats.

Extra options to equip

Additional options for this grand tourer can make the price climb even higher. Some metallic paint options like British Racing Green, Firenze Red, and Santorini Black cost $950. A gorgeous SV Bespoke satin finish costs $10,450 and has a handsome matte black look.

Optional wheels can cost an extra $2,100 and a further $550 if you add the optional black brake calipers. An Exterior Design Pack for $1,100 adds a gloss black rear valance and more body-colored exterior trim.

The standard interior is luxurious, but it can get even nicer with a full extended leather upgrade and Nubuck-edged carpet mats for a total of $2,650. Illuminated metal treadplates add $500; if you get the convertible, adding a beige or red roof costs an extra $1,000.

Add it all up, plus the $1,275 destination fee, and the total MSRP for a fully-loaded 2024 Jaguar F-Type comes to $134,625.


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