Robert Guio talks about shooting and driving the F-Type
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Usually if an all-new or heavily refreshed vehicle is slated for an official debut at an auto show, you can just about bet it will show its face early.
It's never easy changing your reputation after a first impression has solidified, and it's even more difficult if that first impression happened almost a century ago.
In a surprise move, today at the New York International Auto Show, Jaguar has announced it will be adding another two-seater sports car to its arsenal: the F-Type.