Rally cars aren’t known for being… convertible. To hell with tradition, because Jaguar has built two special F-Types with a suite of modifications turning them into stage monsters.
The two cars get Jag’s 2 litre four cylinder engine, now pumped up to 296bhp, along with upgraded brakes, grooved discs and four-piston calipers front and back, and proper competition suspension.
The dampers are hand built and offer three way adjustability, while the springs are softened up because rallying involves rather a lot of rough surfaces. There are also motorsport spec wheels thrown in, along with a limited slip diff, the all-important bonnet-mounted light pod, fire extinguisher, FIA-spec roll cage, competition seats and a proper hydraulic handbrake.