Official: Jaguar reveals single-seater F-Type PROJECT 7; Debuts at Goodwood FOS

Posted on: Jul 10, 2013 - 10:47am IST

As regular Indian Autos Blog readers would know, Jaguar is expected to show something very fast and mad at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed. “It would be based on the F-Type and it would be something very special” were the only things brand director Adrian Hallmark said.

Jaguar Project 7 rear three quarter

Here it is: The Jaguar Project 7 F-Type. And straightaway we can hear you asking about all the details.

[Head to YouTube if you’re unable to view the video above.]

The bad news first. The Project 7 is a one-off design study. So you cannot buy it!

Moving on, the Project 7 is single-seater all aluminium bodied roadster which has a lot of inspiration coming from the Jaguar D-Type. The fairing behind the driver’s seat for example, well there is only one word to describe the¬†Project 7: It is unquestionably the best Jag we have ever seen.

Jaguar Project 7 and D-Type

Bespoke carbon fiber aerodynamic components and a unique interior are the other talking points. But lets not forget that the exterior blue paint theme comes from the Jaguar D-Type that won Le Mans in 1956 and 1957.

Page 2 has all the images and the technical specifications of the Project 7.

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2 thoughts on “Official: Jaguar reveals single-seater F-Type PROJECT 7; Debuts at Goodwood FOS

  1. Look into the video, right at 2:13 when the car passes through the truck. The reflection of project 7 F type on the truck is the old E-type of 1960s. its pretty exhilarating!

  2. I am in awe with its sound!! Its so raw beats Aston Martin’s any time. Finally thae Jags are making a comeback with good looking cars and great sounding engines.


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