FIND NEW 2023 JAGUAR F-TYPE LUXURY SPORTS CARS IN HOUSTON

New 2023 Jaguar F-TYPE

Meet the 2023 Jaguar F-TYPE in Houston for an Exhilarating Sports Car Experience

When buying a sports car, how it makes you feel is as important as how it looks and drives. With the 2023 Jaguar F-TYPE, you'll find what you're looking for in all three areas. With a head-turning design, ferocious V8 performance, and a truly visceral driving experience, the 2023 Jaguar F-TYPE sports cars at Jaguar Houston Central are sure to put a smile on your face.

The History of the Jaguar F-TYPE

Long-time Jaguar fans will recognize the Jaguar F-TYPE as the modern evolution of the legendary Jaguar E-TYPE.

Borrowing similar characteristics as that 60's sports car icon, the F-TYPE sports a rear-wheel drive powertrain with available V8 horsepower and a drop-top, but the heritage of the latest F-TYPE goes further than just a few basic elements. Its low-slung, wide stance and long hood also hearken back to that old-school classic, while the curves and proportions feel familiar, if not with a very modern twist.

The latest F-TYPE takes on a more aggressive look than the outgoing generation with narrowed LED headlights and a wider grille, but the basic formula of front-engine, rear-drive excitement remains a staple of this modern classic.

What's New in the 2023 Jaguar F-TYPE?

The 2022 Jaguar F-TYPE was a completely new model, dropping the four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines from the lineup and leaving us with that sonorous, sensational, supercharged V8. For 2023 the Jaguar F-TYPE remains unchanged, as is typical with Jaguar sports cars.

Jaguar F-TYPE

Design

From the outside, the new Jaguar F-TYPE is bold and aggressive. The front has a wide honeycomb grille sitting between signature LED headlights, giving it a truly menacing face. The wide stance accentuates the bold design, giving the new F-TYPE a commanding road presence that looks intimidating on the road. The side profile offers stunning looks as well. With a long, sweeping hood and short deck, this new Jaguar sports car delivers classic proportions with a modern edge.

Inside, the new Jaguar F-TYPE feels like a modern jet fighter. It has a seat that surrounds you for both comfort and support while you're carving up the curves. Premium leather upholstery and wood grain accents add classic Jaguar luxury to your driving experience. Available heated and ventilated seats ensure you enjoy every moment you spend behind the wheel. Plus, you can have either a coupe or convertible body style for your new F-TYPE. You choose between classic sports car and open-top convertible fun at our Houston dealership.

Jaguar F-TYPE interior

Technology and Safety

The infotainment system gets a big update in the new Jaguar F-TYPE. It now delivers a more reliable, intuitive, and speedy experience that responds to every touch. This improved system includes a larger 8.0-inch display that offers customizable views so you can see exactly the information that matters to you. And with the available digital instrument cluster, you'll have even more information at your disposal when you go for a drive.

Even in a high-performance car like the new Jaguar F-TYPE, safety is important. With advanced features like forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, the new F-TYPE lets you drive with confidence through the busy streets of Space City. Plus, blind spot monitoring helps manage lane changes and reversing with sensors that let you know about vehicles behind and beside you.

Jaguar F-TYPE

Performance

The 2023 Jaguar F-TYPE is a high-performance car assisted by a wide stance and extended wheel base that allow the car to handle better. Rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are both available depending on the handling you want. You can also choose between two supercharged V8 powerplants, the latter of which delivers a staggering 575 horsepower and a zero to 60 mph sprint in just 3.7 seconds. Meanwhile, the standard V8 is good for 444 horsepower and 428 pound-feet of torque and a sprint to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds.