The Jaguar F-Pace SVR is a type of the unsung hero of the efficiency SUV world. It’s a small, agile plan with the biggest engine on the block, which could describe the method is performed in a recent drag race against the G63 and Afa Romeo Stelvio QV.
But Jaguar is dealing with an update for the whole range, which is beginning to show its age. Some sharper styling will drip below the average F-Pace models to this hardcore variation, as we see on this prototype testing at the grueling Nurburgring. The F-Pace has been, after all, the company’s finest selling and most rewarding model since it came out.
2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Exterior
We’ve got a lot of new features at the front of this car, including a revised primary grille, new intakes, and narrower LEDs within the existing cluster. The thing is looking modern and, on huge black wheels, pretty menacing too. Around the back, things look the very same, but that could be short-term until the people who make taillights are back from vacation.
2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Engine
There was the rumor about Jaguar switching from its V8 to the one made by BMW. But we’ve listened to this Nurburgring spy video a couple of times and can’t make out the trademark sounds of the 4.4-liter bi-turbo unit.
We’d enjoy with the Bavarian unit, too, since it puts out more power when tuned, but BMW does not like to share its finest stuff. Look at the Toyota Supra interior, compared to the Z4, and you’ll comprehend. So you ‘d most likely see a downgrade to the 530 HP unit in the M850i here.
Anyway, we’re delighted with the current SVR setup, a 550 horsepower supercharged monster for EUR101,000. This is probably the best soundtrack you can purchase in an SUV today, up there with the Rambo Lambo.