You Can Now Book The Facelifted Jaguar F-Pace SVR In India

The SVR is the performance-oriented version of the F-Pace, belting out 550PS and 700Nm!


After launching the facelifted F-Pace last week, Jaguar India has commenced bookings for the facelifted SUV’s performance-oriented variant, the F-Pace SVR. The SUV gets the same technological and feature upgrades as the standard model, however, it looks a lot meaner than your bog stock F-Pace. 


The sleek LED headlamps, with the J-shaped DRLs, have been retained but a new black honeycomb mesh grille replaces the chrome studded unit. The bumper with giant air dams gives the front end a sporty demeanour. In contrast, changes to the side are limited to the new alloy wheels. While it utilises the same set of LED tail lamps as the facelifted model, the F-Pace SVR gets good looking quad exhausts. 

Fun Fact: The F-Pace’s new bonnet gets hood scoops that feed fresh cool air to the supercharged V8.


On the inside, the overhauled central system houses Jaguar’s new 11.4-inch Pivi Pro infotainment. Below it, you have the new touch-based climate controls and a gear lever that replaces the older model’s rotary selector. The sleeker three-spoke steering wheel and sporty front seats give the cabin a sophisticated look. 


What remains unchanged is that 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol engine, belting out 550PS and 700Nm of force (20Nm more than before). It drives all four wheels via an 8-speed automatic gearbox. Thanks to the 20Nm of extra torque, performance is quicker than before, with 0-100kmph in just 4 seconds! Top speed is rated at 286kmph, 3kmph more than before. 

Fun Fact: Design updates have made the F-Pace SVR 0.01cD more aerodynamic than before, at 0.36cD. 

The SUV also gets performance upgrades underneath the skin. The brakes feature a power booster for a sharper bite with less pedal travel, while the steering rack is quicker than before. The SUV also gets adaptive damping, allowing you to soften or stiffen the suspension based on your need. 


Jag’s big prowling cat is expected to launch in the coming weeks. It will take on the likes of the Lamborghini Urus, Audi RSQ8, Porsche Cayenne, and the BMW X5M. We expect it to come at a similar price of around Rs 2 crore (ex-showroom).


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