Parkers overall rating: 4.2 out of 5 4.2
  • Driver-focused interior layout
  • Simple controls and low driving position 
  • Plenty of luxuries and tech on board

The place you want to be. Everything is focused on the driver from the main instruments to the touchscreen in the centre dash.

The rubber coated toggle switches are tactile and a pleasure to operate, and the same applies to the rotary air con controls.

All F-Types come with keyless start so there is a stop/start button positioned just forward of the gear lever, plus the electrical seat adjustment is mounted by the door handle for ease.

It all adds up to a very hands-on experience that thoroughly engages the driver. There are some materials used that don’t feel up to the high quality you’d expect, but equally there are other parts that do. Overall though, it’s a lovely place to be with a good blend of luxury and sportiness.

  • F-Type is surprisingly composed and comfy
  • Ride is excellent over most surfaces 
  • Luxury feel and standard leather sports seats

This may be a two-seater sports car but Jaguar F-Type comfort levels are very good. The interior has a real feel of luxury and there is no doubt this is a premium car.

And although the sports seats are snug fitting, they’re not hard and provide plenty of comfort for long journeys.They are fully adjustable, and there is the option of 14-way electrically adjustable seats if you really want to achieve a bespoke seating position, plus the steering wheel is easy to adjust for reach and rake

Because Jaguar has designed the interior to be incredibly driver focused it’s very easy to spot all the controls you need quickly.

The touchscreen is typical Jaguar fare that is easy to understand, though the sat nav can sometimes be slow to update your progress on the map.

If there’s one downside worth noting, it’s the amount of buffeting present with the roof lowered. Even average height adults will catch a bit of the wind’s blast, especially as speed edges over 50mph.