The Jaguar F-Type SVR is a powerful sport car marketed and manufactured by Jaguar. The car is part of the F-Type family but made in a special feature to satisfy a more modern design. Though the chassis still look a quiet like the normal F-Type series, one could still see some extensive features in the powerful car. The new SVR now come packaged with better features and better speed transmission.
- year: . 2017
- make: Jaguar
- Model: F-type
- price: $125950 (Est.)
- Engine: V8
- Transmission: 8-speed Quickshift
- Horsepower @ RPM: 575 @ 6500
- Torque @ RPM: 516 @ 3500
- Displacement: 5.0 L0-60
- time: 3.5 sec. (Est.)
- Top Speed: 200 mph
The entry-level model uses Jaguar’s new 3.0-litre V6 supercharged petrol engine, produces 340 PS (250 kW; 335 hp), 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h) in 5.1 seconds, and a top speed of 161 mph (259 km/h). In the middle comes the F-TYPE S, with the same engine tuned for 380 PS (279 kW; 375 hp), a top speed of 171 mph (275 km/h), and 0 to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. The top of the range model is the V8 S, with Jaguar’s 5.0-litre, 495 PS (364 kW; 488 hp) supercharged petrol engine. The layout is front-engined, rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel drive for AWD models. The gearbox is an eight-speed automatic with paddle-shifters offering manual override. In 2015, the F Type now introduced the ZF six-speed manual. This transmission is only available for the V6 models. There is a mechanical limited-slip differential on the V6 S and an electronic limited-slip differential on the V8. The engine choices will remain unchanged for Coupé, but with the addition of a higher performance V8 R model producing 550 PS (400 kW; 540 hp) in lieu of the convertible V8 S model.
The new Jaguar F-Type SVR luxury sport cara starts at a pricing of $126,000 for the Coupé version and gets as high as $129,000 for the Convertible. This means you still have a super-car in a quiet moderate range which isn’t that breaking the bank at least. This sticker slots the SVR between the R and the limited-edition Project 7, priced at $103,000 and $165,000, respectively.
Believe it or not, the Jaguar F-Type SVR is that big and a popular jingle yeah! But is it actually the best in the market? Yeah it can’t be 100% perfect at least for some people who might still consider some closer rivalry with other autos. This is where the Likes of …
#1. Porsche 911 Turbo
Comes in. Remember this speedy car with its beautiful petite frame, Porsche would aggressively make the Turbo 911 with a 3.8-litre, six cylinder engine at the back of its bum. This allows it to pump out a super power of 580 horsepower (In Turbo S Specs) which launches the sport car to 60 MPH in just about 2.8 seconds on its way to a top speed of around 205 MPH…in case its not setting any clearer, Turbo…anything Turbo wins the race before the Cat F-Type SVR gets there. Also, Turbo S is quiet efficient well packaged with some luxurious goodies that makes it more relevant in the news. Well for those of you that doesn’t really find much fantasies in speed, you can just go for the Cat but if you’d prefer some return of about 17 MPG for city and 24 MPG for highway speed, then Turbo might be the powerful leader here. But still, Jaguar had made its cat quiet affordable guess you would be buying the speed if you prefer the Turbo S specs which starts at a pricing of about $183,000. That’s cool.
#2. Chevrolet Corvette Z06
We all know that Chev is always about the big guy. Now what that would mean is its significantly bigger than the F-Type SVR here. The seventh-generation Corvette is the type of vehicle a lot of customers will likely cross-shop with the Jag. In case you don’t know, this is the only American option that features an Automatic transmission which sets it apart from our speedy dude the 911 Turbo S.
New for 2015, the Z06 is the most aggressive version of the C7 Corvette yet, featuring not only a race-bred body kit, but a supercharged V-8 too.
Its newly made 6.2 litre LT4 delivers up to 650 pound-feet of torque, which actually makes it a powerful rival against its competitors. It’s incredibly quick from 0 to 60 mph, at 2.95 seconds, and hits a mind-boggling top speed of 205 mph. Making things that much better is that the base model costs only $78,995. (well guess you would buy Two Corvettes Z07 with a change in just Turbo S….not bad for a nice ride though.)
Well, with its beautiful feature and realistic manner of approach, this elegant Jag would deliver as its promised and make a powerful partner for those seeking one. Well, it wouldn’t be expected to fill in the gaps of extremely speedy cars though but still makes a lot of sense as it goes brighter. You want some, go get some.!