A large batch of F-Type prototypes was seen testing on the Nürburgring, indicating Jaguar is cooking up new derivatives.

A large batch of F-Type prototypes was seen testing on the Nürburgring, indicating Jaguar is cooking up new derivatives.

The vehicles were grabbed on camera between July 22-25 and some of the prototypes were carrying camouflage. All sorts of versions were spotted as some were powered by the V6 engine while others had the V8. YouTube user TouriClips says it was an intense testing session for Jaguar as at one point there were four cars on the Nordschleife.

We already know Jaguar is planning even more versions of the F-Type since a hotter RS model has already been spied in both coupe and cabriolet body styles. Let's not forget there are also talks of an even more potent RS GT with as much as 700 PS (515 kW).

Besides the two, a lightweight F-Type "Club Sport" developed by JLR's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) is also allegedly in the works with a massive 200 kg (441 lbs) weight reduction. The family could be further expanded with a Speedster variant drawing its styling cues from the Project 7 while a base model with a four cylinder engine is also possible.

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