Jaguar Bids Adieu to F-Pace with 90th Anniversary, SVR 575 Editions

Jaguar has introduced the F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition and the SVR 575 Edition to mark the end of its first SUV. The brand plans to go all-electric beginning in 2025.

By Sanorita | on May 21, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Jaguar has introduced two special editions of the F-Pace for the global market to commemorate the end of its first SUV before entering its all-electric phase next year. Both editions – the F-Pace 90th Anniversary and the SVR 575 – carry minor upgrades over their base counterparts. The former pays tribute to the brand's 90-year legacy in the automotive industry, while the latter is the most potent F-Pace ever. Based on the R-Dynamic variant of the F-Pace, the new 90th Anniversary Edition gets similar exterior design elements and a range of optional features, including panoramic sunroof, diamond-turned alloy wheels, privacy glass, and 3D camera technology. It also gets special badging, given that it's a special edition. Inside, the celebratory edition features black headlining, sleek aluminium inside trim, and sports seats with contrast stitching. Let's take a closer look at other details in depth.

Jaguar F Pace SVR 575

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Jaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary, SVR 575 Editions: More Highlights 

Mechanically, the 90th Anniversary Edition of the F-Pace will be offered in multiple variants and with a range of engine options, including four- and six-cylinder diesel engines. A plug-in hybrid version, with a WLTP range of up to 64 kilometres on electricity, is also available to customers.

Coming to the F-Pace SVR 575, the edition is largely similar to the standard model. It features a black exterior package and 22-inch forged alloy wheels with a dual-tone design. The aggressive bumpers and SVR-spec bonnet vents further enhance the look. The SVR 575 Edition's performance seats are made of Windsor leather and suede fabric and are 14-way electronically adjustable. Performance seats made of semi-aniline leather are also available as an option.

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The high-performance premium variant's biggest upgrade is in terms of performance. Its 5.0-litre supercharged V8 now produces 559bhp, which is 25bhp more than the standard version, and 700Nm of torque. What's more, it can do the 0 to 100km/h sprint in just 3.8 seconds.

Jaguar is expected to phase out its ICE-powered vehicles soon and begin its electric-only phase by 2025. 

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