That's quite the mission go on here but at the rate which they're growing at so far it seems like they're on track to meeting that goal, 5 years to go, lets see what they can do. \
"The F-Type will be a range of products not a product," Goss continued. Sounds to us like Jaguar’s plans for the F-Type are quite similar to what Porsche has done with the 911 for years. No exact timetable for more F-Type variants has been given but Goss added that Jaguar wants to be known as the "performance brand of choice...and by 2020 you’re going to see just how far we can take that."