VIDEO: Jaguar F-Type Project 7 Viral: "What If...?"

Great little viral video from Jaguar here on the new F-Type Project – Jaguar's most powerful production car ever with 575PS V8 – created by film maker Al Clark & ex-Roadie Tim Hutton as Art Director. Great job guys! "What if...?" Jaguar says about the new lightweight F-Type Project 7: "When it’s a classic, it never goes out of style. F-TYPE Project 7 was born out of a desire to celebrate both Jaguar’s historic reputation for head-turning design and our eternal philosophy of using the most cutting edge engineering technologies. It captures the legendary looks and extraordinary profile of Jaguar’s Le Mans winning D-Type racing cars. And as Jaguar’s most powerful production car ever, with all the capabilities of a modern super car, its performance is something the original D-Type engineers could only have dreamt of. Timeless design and state-of-the-art technologies, F-TYPE Project 7 truly is the very best of both worlds." Only up to 250 of this contemporary classic will ever be made, so, as Jaguar says "F-TYPE Project 7 is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own the very best of Jaguar and a landmark in our history." It features: 5.0 Litre V8 575PS Supercharged Engine, Jaguar’s most powerful ever. Stunning historic racing D-Type style with exclusive classic rear Aero Haunch, delivering authentic aero performance. Aggressive, racing-inspired front bumper with splitter, new side grille mesh, centre grille & surround. Lightweight all-aluminium body. Carbon ceramic brakes. Unique race-inspired F-TYPE seat. Bespoke manual ‘bimini’ hood. Unique ‘Project 7’ badging. Pretty awesome thing eh...?


  1. Hi,

    I loved your simplicity that you have put on here. The Jaguar E Type was a true revelation to the motoring world when it was unveiled for the very first time at the Geneva Motor Show in June 1961. The Jaguar represents a strong royal lineage and the X Type is the luxury car made for the masses. Thanks for the sharing nice thoughts to us.


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