Rendering: Jaguar F-TYPE Roadster

Rendering

The all-new Jaguar sports car will hopefully be seen in the flesh later in the year.

Following Jaguar's announcement in New York that the C-X16 Coupe Concept revealed at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show would be entering production as the F-TYPE roadster, it hasn't taken long for a rendering to surface online. This particular example comes courtesy of a Carscoop commentator (and photoshop expert), who has taken the numerous teaser shots of a camouflaged roadster prototype recently provided by Jaguar, and delivered a rendering that looks surprisingly lifelike.

At the reveal of the F-TYPE moniker, Jaguar confirmed the two-seater sports car will be offered with "a range of engines, including a new powerplant family." The F-TYPE's technical specs and range details will be announced later this year, probably at September's Paris Motor Show, and the car will go on sale in mid-2013.

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