Jaguar has whipped the wraps off the F-Pace SVR Edition 1988, the first limited-edition version of the British marque’s performance SUV.
Limited to “just” 394 examples worldwide, the F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 was inspired by Jaguar’s rich racing heritage. The special-edition F-Pace’s “emotive” specification includes “specially-formulated” Midnight Amethyst Gloss exterior paint and 22-inch Champagne Gold Satin forged alloy wheels. An “Edition 1988” plaque can be found on the outside.
Several exterior elements have been finished in Sunset Gold Satin. This hue has been carried over to the interior. The leather-upholstered cabin also features open-pore carbon-fibre trim. The Performance seats feature heating and cooling functionality.
“It will quickly become the most sought-after F-Pace SVR yet”
The Jaguar emblem on the multifunction steering wheel is finished in Satin Black. Subtle “SV Bespoke” and “Edition 1988” branding can be found on the front facia and illuminated treadplates.
“The Jaguar F-Pace SVR has established itself as a highly characterful and rewarding high-performance car. Pairing these qualities with a level of SV Bespoke personalisation and exclusivity never offered before on F-Pace makes the Edition 1988 an even more captivating proposition. With strictly limited availability, we’re confident this will quickly become the most sought-after F-Pace SVR yet,” said Mark Turner, commercial director of Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) at Jaguar.
As a reminder, the SVR-badged model is endowed with the company’s 5.0-litre V8 engine. The supercharged unit produces 405 kW for a claimed 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 4.0 seconds and a maximum speed of 286 km/h.