Piecha Design spices up Jaguar F-Type


German aero specialist Piecha Design, inspired by the passion and flair of the Jaguar F-Type have now put their own design stamp on it, with the introduction of a new aerodynamic styling package designed to enhance the sporting flavour of the British Roadster.

Available for all 3.0-litre V6 and 5.0-litre V8 F-Type Roadster and Coupe variants, the styling upgrades include sculpted front-cup-wings the air around the nose, reducing lift, while the side sill Wings integrate into the F-Type’s lower flanks, emphasising its sleek form and adding to its impression of width.


The black standard rear underbody diffuser is replaced with a 40 cm wider design incorporating a pair of vertical stabilising fins to smooth the underbody airflow separation and reduce drag.

The contoured body coloured undertray and stainless steel grille inserts break up the visual mass of the diffuser area, and frame the four exhaust tail pipes. Piecha’s larger, bespoke, 90 mm trim pipe ends attach to the original tail pipes and deliver a crisper, more premium look.

Last but not least, the Piecha rear spoiler lip that sits on the edge of the tail, helping to reduce lift and drag.


To match the extra visual muscle conferred by the aerodynamic additions, the 9.5×20 and 11.0×20-inch Piecha MP1 monoblock alloy wheels paired with the standard tyres use different offsets to increase the cars track slightly, filling out the wheel arches more fully.

In combination with 30 mm shorter sports springs, this gives the car a lower, more purposeful stance.

The Piecha F-Type Roadster is not all about performance and looks. Comfort and convenience are also on the agenda, and delivered by the Comfort-Varioroof-Module. This includes One Touch roof operation and automatic window closing following convertible top operation with just three clicks of the standard key fob from a distance, plus a few other features.

The complete Piecha Design Jaguar F-Type programme is now available.

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