jaguar's slenderized f-type SVR premieres at 2016 geneva motor show
jaguar's slenderized f-type SVR premieres at 2016 geneva motor show
feb 28, 2016

jaguar's slenderized f-type SVR premieres at 2016 geneva motor show

jaguar’s slenderized f-type SVR premieres at 2016 geneva motor show
all images courtesy of jaguar land rover




debuting globally at the 2016 geneva motor show, jaguar is experimenting with a lightweight aluminum body for what they’re calling the ‘f-type SVR’. equipped with supercharged 5.0 liter V8, the day-to-day jaguar is more powerful and includes an enhanced driveline and active aerodynamics. 

the updated sports car includes an advanced aerodynamic package




with all-wheel drive, the ‘f-type SVR’ can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 322 km/h. the two seater also incorporates titanium and inconel exhaust system which delivers an even more purposeful, harder-edged sound and also saving 16 kilograms of weight. 


interview with gerry mcgovern designer at land rover and ian callum director of design at jaguar
video courtesy of jaguar land rover



the cabin gains performance seats finished black leather with a distinctive quilt patter, contrasting stitching and headrests embossed with the ‘SVR’ logo. the anodised aluminum shift paddles contrast the fabrics accompanied by an eight inch touchscreen floods the interior with 3D mapping and 770 watts of sound. exterior design options to complement the carbon fiber rear wing include a roof panel, front chin bonnet louvres, fender vent ingots and door mirror caps.

the ‘f-type SVR’ sits on 20-inch forged wheels




‘the purity of the f-type’s form is something truly special, but in designing the new f-type SVR we had the opportunity to create something even more dramatic, explains director of design at jaguar ian callum. ‘every additional form, line or component is there for a reason, and contributes to the car’s increased performance as well as its presence. cutting-edge aerodynamics have always been fundamental to jaguar design, and everything from the enlarged air intakes to the active rear wing is essential to the new f-type SVR’s dramatic looks and 200mph potential.’

the enhanced aerodynamics package of front bumper and splitter 

the carbon fiber roof

the titanium and inconel exhaust system

the coupé and convertible versions 

both include a supercharged 5.0-litre V8

the two-seater has a deployable rear wing

interior cabin of the ‘f-type SVR’ coupé

  • Did some say; “SWB Ferrari” yet? At least Tata got rid of the dull pencils of the recent past ..and glad to hear they also upped the OC. Good for them.


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