Jaguar apparently lives in backward land, where convertibles are released before hardtops and rain falls upward and Palpatine runs a puppy rescue instead of ruling the Dark Side. But the Jaguar F-type coupe that hits dealerships in spring of 2014 is, if possible, even cooler than the convertible. For one thing, it's the direct descendant of the C-X16 concept vehicle designed by Ian McCallum that wowed gearheads and design aficionados alike in 2011. Plus, the coupe has a race-ready R version with 550-horsepower from a 5-liter, supercharged V-8 engine. Oh, and then there's also the sheer practicality of, you know, having a roof.