JAGUAR F-Type SVR Coupe 2017 - 2022

Generation Information

Body style: Coupé

Segment: Coupe

Jaguar evolved under the Indian management and developed new products that brought the British brand back to the spotlights.
The F-Type took Jaguar where it ended the E-Type chapter and the result was stunning. It was a complete package of beauty, performance, and elegance. Its lines were not Italians, its engine was not German and its management was not concerned to install the same buttons and horns from other mass-market production vehicles. Then, when the customers acknowledged the success, it came with a fierce coupe.

No more talking! That’s what the face of the F-Type SVR seemed to tell to the audience. A big, black grille with a horizontal bar (mandatory for the license plate) and a few other air-scoops to cool the brakes or channel the air formed the top-performer front fascia. A pair of vents on the hood resembled those installed in the past on the V12 engined Jaguars. At the back, a retractable wing ensured a zero-lift aerodynamic effect for the car.

The interior must have been crafted with a keen eye for detail. The quilted leather seats, the sound system, and the dashboard featured a unique, Jaguar style. Its sport-bucket seats hugged the occupants and denied them any lateral movement in the corners.

The most important part was the technical layout. Under the hood stood a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 that could propel the car up to 200 mph (322 kph). You don’t have to be a genius to realize that the 575 hp engine could take the light coupe even further. Still, Jaguar denied any production vehicle to overtake the legendary Jaguar XJ220 supercar. Last but not least, the F-Type SVR was all-wheel-drive.

JAGUAR F-Type SVR Coupe 2017 2022

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