I have driven many hundreds of kilometres in a variety of 3.0 and 5.0-powered F-TYPE Jaguars but aside from a brief acquaintance at Kyalami racing circuit, the turbocharged 2.0 derivative had escaped my clutches until Jaguar’s press department kindly delivered a white convertible example to my doorstep. To the uninitiated, the 300PS four-cylinder version could easily pass off for the hairy-chested, rumbling 5.0 V8 if it weren’t for the markedly smaller and less flash alloy wheels, but that didn’t stop many road-users from casting envious glances nor did it stop my new neighbour from requesting an outing in what he described as a gorgeous car. Convertibles are hardly my cup of tea, but I concede they are…