The Jaguar F-PACE, 2017 World Car of the Year and World Car Design of the Year, gets the SVR treatment to make it the fastest and most powerful F-PACE yet, with an enhanced chassis and aerodynamics for maximum driver reward in all conditions.

Engineered by Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), with a 44% uplift in power, the F-PACE SVR’s 5.0-litre V8 supercharged petrol engine produces 550PS and 680Nm, enabling it to reach 0-60mph in 4.1 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.3 seconds) with a top speed of 176mph (283km/h).

“The F-PACE SVR delivers the handling and agility to match its performance. Everything from the steering to the bespoke suspension set-up has been tuned specifically for our performance SUV and the result is a vehicle that lives up to the promise of both the F-PACE and SVR names.”
Mike Cross, Chief Engineer, Vehicle Integrity, Jaguar Land Rover

Aerodynamic enhancements include larger air intakes at the front and side fender vents that lower pressure in the wheelarches, reduce lift and provide additional cooling while also optimising high-speed stability. In addition, unique wheel arch extensions and lower body mouldings provide a low-slung muscularity that sets the SVR apart.

An exclusive SVR bonnet features vents to help extract hot air from the engine bay and provide visual evidence of the SVR’s dynamic intent.

At the rear, a unique spoiler is joined by a new bumper housing the quad tailpipes of the Active Exhaust system. The bumper incorporates side strakes that aid aerodynamic performance by smoothing airflow away from the rear of the vehicle.


Inside, the F-PACE SVR features slimline performance front seats that provide enhanced lateral support and have signature lozenge quilting and embossed SVR logo. In addition, unique rear seats echo the heavily sculpted designs up front and the SUV’s sports car character is underlined by the Sport Shift Selector. Finally, the SVR branded steering wheel features tactile aluminium paddle shifters.


Customers can register their interest at and select ‘Keep me informed’ to find out more information or click the ‘I Want One’ button to be contacted by their nearest retailer.

The full details and images are in our coming edition which is set to be printed.

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Mitch Evans has targeted scoring Jaguar’s first Formula E victory after a charging drive in last weekend’s Punta del Este race.

Evans finished fourth after being demoted to 16th on the grid for an incorrect weight distribution on one of his cars, which followed a battery change between the two practice sessions in Uruguay.

He eventually finished just four seconds off the lead after battling his way up the order.

“The new battery was 3kg lighter but it was a 300g thing [that led to the incorrect weight distribution],” Evans, who scored Jaguar’s only Formula E podium to date at the Hong Kong season opener, told Autosport.

“It wasn’t an advantage but the rules are the rules, and I respect the stewards being consistent with it. We can’t argue with it – that’s the way it rolls.

“We had a good fast car, and I’m happy to be heading to the next few races hopefully in a position to fight for the win.

“I heard just before the drivers’ parade that we were disqualified, which is never something you want to hear after a good qualifying.

“Starting 16th wasn’t anywhere near where we should have been – obviously we weren’t within the rules, but not intentionally so. It was a very small margin.”

The race featured a tense battle for victory between Techeetah’s Jean-Eric Vergne and Audi Sport driver Lucas di Grassi, but the only lead change occurred when the frontrunners came in to pit and were briefly passed by cars running a longer first stint.

But Evans made up 12 positions on his charge, which included a dramatic swoop on Mahindra driver Felix Rosenqvist for what turned out to be fourth at the track’s high-speed Turn 13 right-hander.

When asked if he expected to get as far as he did, Evans said: “Not today, to be honest.

“Other circuits are easier to pass on, such as Santiago and maybe Mexico. It was tricky so I wasn’t expecting a top-four finish.

“But when the car’s quick, and I think I gelled well with the circuit, you can really make some good progress and that’s what we were able to achieve today.

“Obviously the guys at the front, the speed difference is very small. And we all know that JEV is one of the hardest guys to pass.”

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Our English ace photographer has excelled again – and in our next edition we have all of his exclusive images and report

On what you say?  Well, Martin took himself to Donington Park race circuit this week where the new Invictus Jaguar F-Type GT racer appeared in public for the first time and ran serious laps of the fast historic circuit.

Martin reported it ran well, and seemed to have little time off the track for attention.

It is early days, of course, but the car looks stunning in action – and who knows what it could lead to?

Of course, we will all love the deep V8 rumble coming from those four huge exhaust pipes …

Don’t miss Martin’s sensational images of the car in the garage and up close, with more running shots of it on the track.

If you need a photographer for any type of work in England, I thoroughly recommend Martin Dunning.

You can contact him at

… oh, and happy 33rd birthday to the man himself!

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Welcome to the spectacular cover of our next edition – featuring ‘Iron Maiden’ drummer Nico McBrain’s brand new sensational Series 3 XJ6 which was carefully hand-built and updated by Classic Jaguar in Coventry.

Currently on the Jaguar stand at the Geneva Show, the full story of this super-exciting car is told in a six-page feature and includes Nico’s long time passion for Jaguar.

Other highlights include the first official public release of the revolutionary all-electric powered I-Pace, the most radical production Jaguar every to be sold, and the first drive of the new smaller Jaguar SUV E-Pace.

A gorgeous V12 E-Type Roadster gets the full modernisation treatment, a tribute to Carl Linder the late Barossa ‘King’ and his Jaguars (plus four S.S.1s), reader Peter Lehrke drives new Jaguars on ice at the wind-swept Jaguar facility in Sweden, Price Edward at home with Jaguars at Windsor Castle – and so much more to inform and entertain …

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Our three week long specially arranged Jaguar Magazine Tour to Europe in August and September has just 10 spots left – and they close on March 21.

Our editor will host the Tour, and fully included are visits to:

Porsche and Mercedes-Benz Musuem

Reims city and the famous abandoned track where Jaguar won with its C and D-Types

Mum Champagne cellars

Free time in Paris

Free time in London

Special reception for us at the legendary RAC headquarters in London

Jaguar Castle Bromwich plant visit

Inspect new Jaguar Land Rover Classic works

Visit the official Jaguar collection of cars at two museums at Gaydon and in Coventry

Hampton Court Palace Concours d’Elegance

Brooklands track visit

The Goodwood Revival with grandstand seating

Many dinners included, all breakfasts, all entries, all accomodation, coach touring with driver and courier – and special treats too.

All airfares can be arranged from any city.

We have had six of these Tours – but this may be the last.

If you are interested contact Bronwen in our office at, or call us on +61 (0)7 3349 0322.

We have been told by our booking agents that we can’t go beyond the 21st of this month with final numbers because of the amount of organisation involved for them.

We would love to have you join us if this appeals to you – and we have some special surprises too …

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