HomeCar NewsJaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition & SVR 575 Revealed

Jaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition & SVR 575 Revealed

Jaguar is discontinuing its first-ever SUV, the F-Pace, with two special editions: the Jaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition and the F-Pace SVR 575. The former marks the brand’s 90th anniversary, while the latter is the most powerful SUV variant to be sold in worldwide markets.

Jaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition

The F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition receives discreet yet distinctive badging, which is highlighted by R-Dynamic external style elements, and a number of optional extras allow for personalization. Diamond-turned alloy wheels, privacy glass, a panoramic sunroof, and a 3D Surround Camera view for the 360-degree camera are among the available features. The interiors feature sports seats with contrast stitching, an ebony headliner, and elegant aluminum inside trim.


The 90th Anniversary Edition will be available in S, SE, and HSE specifications including the plug-in hybrid models.

Jaguar F-Pace SVR 575

Moving on to the F-PACE SVR 575 Edition, the special edition receives an upgrade to its powertrain, with the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 producing an extra 25 horsepower, bringing output to 567 bhp, or 575 PS, as the name implies, and 700 Nm. The 575 Edition is the most powerful F-PACE ever made, with a 0–100 km/h speed of 3.8 seconds.

Visually, there appears to be nothing to distinguish the SVR 575 Edition from the ordinary SVR, with the performance SUV also sporting SVR-spec aggressive bumpers and bonnet vents. The 575 Edition also receives the Black Exteiror kit, which adds gloss black trim finishes to much of the exterior brightwork and rests on 22-inch forged alloy wheels with a Diamond Turned finish with contrasting

Jaguar F-Pace SVR 575 Interior

Jaguar F-Pace SVR 575 Interior

Stepping inside, the SVR 575 Edition pampers its passengers with heated and cooled Suede fabric and Windsor leather performance seats with 14-way electronic adjustment. Drivers can also choose semi-aniline leather performance seats.

The special editions represent the end of the road for the F-Pace, with Jaguar stating that it will switch to an all-electric brand beginning in 2025. The automaker plans to gradually phase out its existing range of internal combustion vehicles, including the all-electric I-Pace, when its next-generation EVs arrive in global markets.

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