Since this is Jaguar's first real sports car (and overt Porsche 911 competitor) since the 1960s, the F-Type was not shackled to some preexisting design template. Taut, lean, and available with a 495-horsepower supercharged V8 between those flared front fenders, the F-Type is far more aggressive than its big sibling, the XK. While there are some slick details, like cool linear LED running lights, the F's sexiness stems from its muscular proportions. [From $69,000; jaguarusa.com]
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