To celebrate the forthcoming launch of the exciting new F-TYPE, Jaguar put on a carefully choreographed parade at the Goodwood Festival of Speed that saw a unique sequence of C-type, D-type, E-type and F-TYPE all take to the famous Hill one after the other. The leading car was the famous C-type MDU 212 chassis XKC-005, driven by the equally famous Sir Stirling Moss accompanied by Jaguar legend Norman Dewis - probably the oldest driver pairing at the event! They were followed by Jaguar Heritage's short nose D-type OVC 501 driven by Autocar Editor-in-chief Steve Cropley and then the Group 44 E-type driven by fellow hack Richard Bremner. Finally, the crowd got to see Jaguar Chief Engineer Mike Cross putting the heavily camouflaged new F-TYPE through it paces with some of his normal tail out antics on the first corner sequence!
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