February 2001
Motor;Feb2001, p14
Features the Jaguar F-Type automobile from Jaguar Cars Inc. Use of computers in cutting foam models of the vehicle; Account on the reincarnation of Jaguar's heritage in the British automobile industry; Plans for the production of the car in 2003.


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