Sports cars tend to age at a slower rate than more mainstream models, a point reinforced by how fresh the Jaguar F-type still looks after six years. But now the British roadster and coupe are set to gain an edgy new look for 2021, together with a modest package of mechanical revisions. Whether you approve of the F-type’s revised front end will be largely down to subjective preference, with the original car’s headlights replaced by narrower units that are mounted much lower and which now sit beneath a redesigned hood. The overall effect is reminiscent of the look of the Audi R8, and makes the front of the car look considerably wider than before. The new headlights incorporate four separate LED units as well as LED running lights beneath. The front bumper has also gained deeper lower side intakes. Other changes are more subtle. The vents set into the front fenders now incorporate the Jaguar “leaper” logo, and at the rear the 2021 F-type gains reshaped tail lights that have apparently been inspired by those of the Jaguar I-Pace EV. The rear bumper has also been redesigned, with the license plate recess gaining a more rakish angle. As before, four-cylinder cars will have...