At first glance, this vehicle doesn't look particularly different to the one we published two days ago. Externally the differences seem to extend to missing Jaguar and S badges, and different alloy wheels.
Look a little closer and you'll notice that this car persists with projector-style headlights, whereas the earlier prototype had new LED units. This vehicle also has a single rectangular central exhaust outlet out the back.
The front bumper and grille are also subtly different, and it looks as though the retractable rear spoiler is missing too.
A quick search on the UK's motor registry website reveals that the earlier prototype was powered by a 3.0-litre engine. This car, on the other hand, has a 2.0-litre mill under the hood.
Given the high level of drivetrain commonality across the Jaguar and Land Rover lineups, it seems likely that Jaguar is preparing an entry-level F-Type that will utilise the soon-to-go-into-production turbocharged Ingenium 2.0-litre petrol engine.
The new four-cylinder model will be a part of the facelifted F-Type range, which rumours indicate will debut in early 2017. Australian sales probably won't begin until the second half of 2017.