Jaguar F Pace Gets An SVR Upgrade

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The F-Pace is Jaguar’s first SUV, and now, thanks to JLR’s performance and customization division, the speedy SUV just got a little faster. Making its debut at the 2018 new york international auto show, the F-Pace SVR is pretty much a sports car trapped inside a crossovers’ body. In addition to the new  5.0L V8 engine and fresh aesthetic, the JLR team have given buyers more than enough reasons to what the SVR version over the standard edition.

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The F-Pace comes equipped with an SVR-branded aero package that adds unique exterior modifications. The SVR’s new bumper now has more air intake in addition to a few other changes. Modifications to the rear bumper and side skirts have been applied, and a spoiler on the hatch has been added as well. The SVR has a completely upgraded interior, boasting new bucket style slimline sports seats for passengers. Both the passenger and driver seats come complete with lozenge quilting, and an unmissable SVR logo embossed into the headrest.

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Performance wise the SVR has a 0 to 60 mph time of 4.1 seconds, produces 542 hp, and a top speed of 160 mph thanks to the extra to cylinders. The original F-Pace already won over critics, but there's no denying the SVR is the version to get.