2023 Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988

2023 Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988

The SVR Edition 1988 is the first F-PACE to be created by SV Bespoke. Designed to celebrate Jaguar’s victory at the 1988 Le Mans 24 Hours, just 394 examples are available worldwide, the same number of laps as the winning XJR-9 LM completed to take Jaguar’s first win of the famed race since 1957.

The Edition 1988’s unique specification includes specially formulated Midnight Amethyst gloss paintwork, Champagne Gold Satin 22in alloy wheels, Sunset Gold Satin exterior and interior detailing, plus a ‘One of 394’ graphic.

2023 Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988

The car also has a Sunset Gold Satin Jaguar leaper and script on the tailgate while a laser-etched Edition 1988 logo is applied to each front wing panel. In addition to the F-PACE SVR Black Pack components fitted as standard on the Edition 1988, gloss-black finishes are extended to the door mirror caps, brake calipers, wheel centre caps and the letter R on the SVR badging.

Inside, the Edition 1988 features semianiline ebony leather upholstery and exclusive Sunset Gold Satin detailing across the dashboard, steering wheel spokes, gearshift paddles and the heated-and-cooled front performance seats.

The Jaguar leaper and horn ring on the steering wheel receive a satin-black finish, while subtle SV Bespoke and Edition 1988 branding on the illuminated treadplates and dashboard, completes the package.

“Since its introduction in 2019, the Jaguar F-PACE SVR has established itself as a highly characterful and rewarding high-performance car,” said Mark Turner, the commercial director of Jaguar’s SVO department. “Pairing these qualities with a level of SV Bespoke personalisation and exclusivity never offered before on F-PACE makes Edition 1988 an even more captivating proposition. With strictly limited availability, we’re confident this will quickly become the most sought-after F-PACE SVR yet.”

Paul Walton Paul Walton 1 year ago #

’88 desperation Whilst I must admit the recently announced F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 looks tremendous, I can’t help thinking Jaguar’s marketing people are going to run out of obscure anniversaries fairly soon. Personally I fancy a Cannonball edition to commemorate the 1979 coast-tocoast run in an XJ-S. Don’t laugh, it could happen.

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