Arden Jaguar F-Type Coupe front 3/4 view

Arden Jaguar F-Type Coupe is a Gritty Kitty

Arden Jaguar F-Type Coupe front 3/4 view

The Jaguar F-Type Coupe might very well be the pants-tightening-est car being built today. Its styling contains some callbacks to the three series of E-Type coupes that preceded it, but the overall package still manages to look up-to-date. As for the stuff underneath, well…do we really have to say anything more than “550 horsepower supercharged V8?” Of course not.

Arden Jaguar F-Type Coupe rear 3/4 view

But the German Jag specialists at Arden have never been able to leave well enough alone, which is why they’ve cooked up a collection of subtle upgrades for Coventry’s latest fixed-roof sports car. It’s still a work-in-progress, but these renderings give a good idea of what to expect: A variety of accent colors for the trim, new grille inserts and a bold front splitter, side skirts and rear lip spoiler are all on the table. You can even get a retro “Leaper” hood ornament though, if you ask us, a stand-up hood ornament on this car is about as appropriate as a Continental kit. And speaking of wheels and related paraphernalia, those swanky 21” alloys (available in both gloss black and satin polished) are definitely a go; just be ready to part with about $10,800 for a set (plus roughly $790 for the lowering springs to achieve the stance seen here).

Arden Jaguar F-Type Coupe front view

Now if it’s more power you’re after, Arden has addressed that area, as well. The “P1” power kit adds 39 horsepower and 37 lb.-ft of torque to any F-Type engine (i.e. both flavors of 3.0L supercharged V6 and both flavors of 5.0L supercharged V8), but it will set you back nearly $8,000 (less if you aren’t subject to the European VAT). There are bound to be more extreme upgrade parts for the F-Type Coupe coming down the pike from Arden and other tuners, but we happen to think the stuff mentioned here is a fine start.

Source: Arden



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