Obviously, Jaguar has had to redesign its oversized hood as well. Beyond that, we have new taillights and the potential for a completely revised interior. The double screens used in newer Jaguar Land Rover products are becoming quite famous within the luxury car community.
Our Nurburgring spies were able to capture two different variations of the car in one go. The roadster could be an R version while the Coupe has the distinct exhaust setup of the current "300" model, which is powered by a 2-liter turbo. But we don't know anything for sure yet.
Last year, there were a number of powertrains being proposed for the next-gen F-Type, due out in a couple of years. One was a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 from BMW. Another rumor said Jaguar was developing an inline-6.
Of course, that's more than just a rumor now, as an Ingenium 3-liter resides under the hood of the 2019 Range Rover Sport, followed by the 2020 Range Rover. It's got a 48-volt mild-hybrid system powering an electric supercharger, plus two names: P360 and P400. That alone should tell you what kind of power we're talking about.
Obviously, this wouldn't be enough to replace the 5-liter monster. But Jaguar has been struck pretty hard by emissions regulations and lack of profits. Even so, electrification is on the table, as the twin-motor setup from the I-Pace EV crossover is reportedly being considered, in combination with a suitable battery pack.