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What is it like on the inside?
There’s a cosiness to the F-Type’s interior that makes it feel like a proper sports car. The cabin layout, as you might have guessed, is much the same as the convertible’s, but somehow the hard top feels more special inside. In part this is due to the shape of the roofline and the fact more light gets in, something that’s enhanced should you specify the optional glass roof.
Perhaps even more importantly, the shapely back end now includes a hatchback and a far more accommodating boot. You can actually get things in it, like shopping bags and suitcases. You can still only take one passenger with you, mind.
The F-Type’s dashboard layout has resisted ageing well. Four year on, and its cowled dials, joystick gear selector (in the auto) and fancy air con dials are all as fun to look at and operate as they were at launch. And Jag’s continued product improvement – each model gets a light tech update every year – means the touchscreen system is now intuitive and class competitive.