What you can see here is a camouflaged Jaguar F-Type Coupe testing at the Nurburgring recently.
Despite the bad black and white cheque wallpaper, it’s easy to see a shape that’s already quite familiar to us.Wheels drove the roadster version of the F-Type in the July issue, but what these spy images reveal about the Coupe is the treatment done to the rear of the car – such as how that rear hatch will close and the presence of a pop up wing. The roadster F-Type arrives in Australia in August at $202,300 for the V8. The Coupe is expected to land in 2014.
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