Jaguar took nearly forty years to find a genuine successor to its iconic E-type. This book tells the fascinating, and sometimes frustrating, story of the journey from the iconic Jaguar E-type to itssuccessor, the F-type. With nearly 300 photographs, it documents the evolution of the F-type from the Pininfarina XJ Spider through Jaguar's own XJ41/42, XX and XK180 and reviews the whole range of F- type convertible and coupe models, the more powerful R and SVR, the wild Project 7 and the latest turbocharged four-cylinder cars. The special vehicles produced for Team Sky and Bloodhound SSC are included as well as a useful chapter on buying an F-type. Andrew Noakes also includes advice for F-type's future in a changing automotive world.