The following story includes independently made renderings by Sugar Design that are neither related to nor endorsed by Jaguar.
Jaguar will soon cease production of the F-Type sports car, bringing an end to one of the industry’s most beautiful cars and marking an important point in Jaguar’s transition into a Bentley rival.
The British car manufacturer has been producing the F-Type since 2014 and in that time, it has been sold in Coupe and Convertible configurations. A limited-run Speedster variant dubbed the Project 7 was also built for a short time. One body style that Jaguar never experimented with was a Shooting Brake and after seeing these stunning renderings from Sugar Design, we’re even more disappointed that such a car doesn’t exist.
In creating an F-Type Shooting Brake, the designer started off with the pre-facelift model which, in our opinion, looks better than the updated model. As such, the larger and more traditional headlights are featured.
Read: Jaguar Just Has To Build An F-Type Shooting Brake
The front half of the car is typical F-Type but the roof has been extended and flows back into a steeply-raked rear window. A unique twin roof spoiler is also while most of the rear fascia remains untouched from a regular F-Type.
The car somewhat looks like a mix between and a Jaguar I-Pace and an Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake, which is certainly no bad thing.
Were Jaguar itself to ever built a Shooting Brake version of the F-Type, it probably wouldn’t have sold in high numbers, making it hard to justify putting such a model into production. However, there’s always the remote possibility that an aftermarket firm could decide to send the F-Type in style with a Shooting Brake version. All that’s needed is a committed owner that’s willing to sacrifice a standard F-Type Coupe to make something truly unique.
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