Jaguar adds R-Dynamic Black to 2021 F-Type range
R-Dynamic Black trim level includes black styling pack and model-specific alloy wheel design
- Features alloy wheel design not available on other models
- Available across the F-Type range
- On sale in the UK now
The Jaguar F-Type is available in a new R-Dynamic Black trim and it’s available to order now in both coupe and convertible form.
The new R-Dynamic Black model comes in three colours: Santorini Black, Eiger Grey or Firenze Red and features a black exterior styling pack. A model-specific set of 20-inch five split-spoke wheels in gloss black also features, helping to make the car distinct from other versions of the F-Type.
Inside, you sit on 12-way, electrically adjustable sports seats, which are heated and ventilated as standard. They are upholstered in Windsor leather with monogram contrast stitching, which is available in a Ebony with Light Oyster colour scheme. A sportier Mars with Flame Red stitching is also available.
Other details include satin aluminum gear shift paddles, a suedecloth wrap for the 12.3-inch Interactive Driver Display and illuminated tread plates featuring the Jaguar script.
The R-Dynamic Black is available with two petrol engines. Exclusively rear-wheel drive, the 296bhp, 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder model gets from 0-60mph in 5.4 seconds and goes on to a top speed of 155mph.
The 444bhp, 5.0-litre supercharged V8, meanwhile, is offered with a choice of all-wheel or rear-wheel drive. Both powertrains feature an electronic active rear differential to optimise traction and are fitted with adaptive dampers, enabling the driver to alter the suspension’s characteristics. Both are capable of sprinting from 0-60mph in just 4.4 seconds and reaching a top speed of 177mph.
Want to find out more about the F-Type? Read our review of the Jaguar F-Type coupe.
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