Jaguar F-Type Heritage 60 Edition
It will be a very short run model

Jaguar has revealed the F-Type Heritage 60 Edition to pay homage to the iconic E-Type that was introduced 6 decades ago.

To be a limited-run model, only 60 units will ever be made worldwide, each unit will be made by the SV Bespoke team at the firm’s Special Vehicle Operations technical centre in the UK.

Jag has also brought back a colour named Sherwood Green, not offered on any of its vehicles since the 1960s, for the special edition and has given the exterior trim gloss back and chrome accents while the wheels are forged 20-inch alloys.

The interior will be draped in a mix of classic Caraway and Ebony Windsor leather, while a Monogram embroidery pattern can be seen on the upper seating panels and door cards.

To remind owners that they are indeed in a limited-run special edition, a plaque sits between the seats. Similarly, the 60th anniversary logo can be seen embossed on the headrests and sill plates.

Furthermore, the aluminium centre console (which also has the 60th anniversary logo) finish is inspired by the rear-view mirror present in the Series 1 E-Type.

Since the special edition is based on the all-wheel-drive F-Type R, it has the same 5.0-litre Supercharged V8 putting out 575 PS and 700 Nm of torque that comes mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.

Features offered with the model as standard include 12-way heated and cooled ‘R’ performance seats with full leather upgrade, Meridian Surround Sound System, Climate pack and aluminium gear shift paddles, among others.

Jaguar F-Type Heritage 60 Edition

  • Jaguar has revealed the F-Type Heritage 60 Edition
  • Only 60 units of the special edition supercar will be made
  • It pays homage to the iconic E-Type of the past
Jaguar F-Type Heritage 60 Edition Interior
Comes with a dual-tone interior
Jaguar F-Type Heritage 60 Edition Front
Based on the F-Type R, so it will be blisteringly fast
F-Type With E-Type
The paint shade named Sherwood Green was last used on a Jag in the 1960s