The Jaguar F-Pace SVR is already a great SUV, but the British automaker has released a limited edition version called the 1988 edition. With only 394 examples worldwide, this unique F-Pace SVR has come to life. automaker SV Bespoke division.
The limited edition F-Pace SVR pays homage to the 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 LM, which won the race in 24 hours in Le Mans. This car made 394 laps at the time of the accident, so there are only 394 examples of the 1988 edition. will be produced.
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All examples are washed with the same Midnight amethyst gloss and sit on a set of 22-inch false alloy wheels treated with champagne gold satin. Each F-Pace SVR 1988 also features the Sunset Gold Satin Jaguar logo and script on the rear cover, the laser-printed Edition 1988 logo on each front wing panel, and a glossy black finish on the wing mirror caps, brake calipers, and wheelbase covers. and ‘R’ on the SVR icons.
Distinctive signs continue in the cabin of a strong SUV. For example, all 394 models are decorated with semi-aniline Ebony leather upholstery and the control panel, steering wheel, paddle switches and Sunset Gold Satin details on the front seats. Jaguar has also installed Satin Black markings on the steering wheel, as well as illuminated treads and dashboards using the SV Bespoke and Edition 1988 brands.
“The design of the F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 is inspired by the legendary Jaguar endurance racing cars,” said Richard Woolley, creative director of Jaguar Special Vehicle Operations, about the limited-edition SUV. “Midnight Ametyst Gloss looks black in the open sun until the amethyst base is exposed, which highlights the dynamic appearance of the SVR. To achieve this amazing Ultra Metallic Gloss finish, we have evaluated over 40 options to create the desired color depth.
The F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 remains mechanically identical to the standard model. Thus, it is 550 hp. and a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine with 516 pound-feet (700 Nm) of torque. The SUV, along with the 1988 Le Mans-won XJR-9, will be on display this month at Le Mans 24 Hours.
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