2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date


2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

Jaguar first SUV received special care

Jaguar introduced the F-Pace luxury crossover back in 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, eventually taking it in the United States in May 2016. Praised by critics for both beautiful and luxurious (and when fitted with supercharged V-6, pretty fast too) F-Pace is the right machine for the demand-filled segment. Now, the first SUV in Jaguar gets faster maintenance from the performance division and JLR adjustment, Special Vehicle Operations (SVO). Making its debut at the 2018 International Auto Show in New York, the SVR F-Pace is framed as a combination of sport car performance and practical SUV design, adding two cylinders, lots of extra power, fresh aesthetics, and more on top of standard models.


2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Exterior

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

• Designed by Ian Callum
• More Aggressive Aesthetic
• Front Aero Bits New Rear Part
• New Hood
• New Wheel

In 2017, Jaguar F-Pace won the World Car of the Year award and World Car Design of the Year, which is proof of slim handwriting from the head of SUV designer Ian Callum. Callum is renowned for his work on beauties such as Aston Martin Vanquish, Jaguar C-X75, and Jaguar F-Type, and suggests that the tall F-Pace is able to see homes among the underrated companies.

Even so, the SVR model adds another dose of aggression to the mix, swinging a brand new SVR aero package that adds a unique front bumper and rear bumper, a new lower side skirt, and a new spoiler in the hold.

Up front, the unique F-Pace SVR bumper receives a larger air intake, with a quartet over the grille, at the bottom, and on the side, all of which get glossy black inserts. You’ll also see the required SVR badge added to the driver’s bottom-side corner of the top intake, plus the lower chin spoiler below. Above the intake is a unique SVR hood treatment, which gets some muscles tied towards the windshield, as well as two rows of vents in matte black. The new hood definitely gives the SUV a lot of sporty style, but it is also functional, with ventilation and grille providing a means of getting into hot air inside the engine room.

On the sides, the F-Pace SVR receives larger fender vents just behind the front wheel, which also serves to lower air pressure within wheel arches at speed, reduces lift and adds stability to the process. Ventilation also provides extra cooling for plus-sized brakes.

Compared to the F-Pace standard, you’ll find the SVR model accepts unique wheel arch extensions with flat-black trim along the edges, under it Jaguar is filled with a set of unique 21-inch alloy wheels alloy wheels as standard. Buyers can also choose to be 22 inches, if desired.
Jaguar says the lower body mold “delivers a low muscular muscle that distinguishes SVR.” We think it looks pretty good, and again, it’s rather functional, because the enhanced side skirts direct the atmosphere around the side of the vehicle to reduce turbulence and cut leaner in the air .

Moving to the rear of the vehicle, the SVR F-Pace gets a roof-mounted roof spoiler that reduces lift and drag as a whole, while increasing the machine’s high speed stability. Under the hatch is a diffuser element, again in black, that frames a set of quad exhaust tip with a polished metal finishing.


2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Interior

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

• Slim, Simple Interior Layout
• Many top shelf materials are used
• Layered Coatings, SVR Embossed Logo
• Supported Full Sports Chairs
• New Style Pistol Shifter
• Standard 10-Inch Touch Screen
• 4G Wi-Fi For Eight Devices
• Multiple Color Schemes Offered
• 650 Liter (23 Cubic Feet) Cargo Back Room

Inside the 2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR, you will find luxury cabin space. The combination of high-end materials, sleek surfaces, and performance gestures produce a rather nice interior specification.

The front passenger will enjoy the Slimline sports bucket style seat, which looks to keep you in place thanks to the large lateral bolsters. There is also a Slimline sport chair on the back, though the side bolt is not nearly as big as the front. However, both front and rear seats are equipped with quilt signature, as well as SVR logo embossed to the headrests.

In the center console, you’ll find a pistol-style shifter button called Sport Shift Selector. Added instead of the rotary selector used on the F-Pace standard, we definitely prefer this more traditional use in choosing your drive mode. There is also a special SVR steering wheel, complete with a soft-touch coating wrapper and an aluminum paddle shifter just behind the hand.

In the infotainment section, the SVR F-Pace comes with a standard Touch Pro system, controlled by a standard 10-inch touch screen mounted in the middle stack. There’s also a 4G Wi-Fi connection for up to eight separate devices, plus a 12.3-inch high-definition instrument cluster behind the wheel.

Interior colors include options like Red with Jet, Light Oyster with Jet, Siena Tan with Jet, and Jet with Lightweight Oyster stitching.

Finally, the F-Pace SVR maintains some semblance of SUV-like practicality with as many as 650 liters (23 cubic feet) of rear cargo space with second row seat seats at the top position.

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2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Powertrain

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

• Increased Great Power – Up To 550 Ponies And 502 Lb-Ft Torque
• Supercharged 5.0 Liter V-8
• 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds
• High Speed ​​176 Mph
• Active, Light Disposal System
• Eight Speed ​​Automatic Transmission
• Special Tuning Drivetrain

Before we dive under the hood of SVR F-Pace, let’s see what you get in F-Pace standards for comparison. Both diesel and gas engines are on the table for standard models, with an oil-burning kick with an inline four-cylinder turbocharged making between 160 and 240 horsepower. There is also a 3.0 liter turbo V-6 that produces 300 horsepower.

Meanwhile, the gas engine includes 2.0 liter inline four-cylinder and 3.0 liter supercharged V-6, with the former making between 250 horsepower and 340 horsepower, and the latter making 380 horsepower. The fastest diesel hits 60 mph in about 6 seconds, while the fastest gas engine does the same thing running about 5.5 seconds.

That’s not bad, especially for SUVs, but SVR is raising bets with a substantial increase of 44 percent in power through the fastest supercharged V-6 gas engine.
Achieving such achievements is the fast-producing favorite JLR, a 5.0-liter supercharged V-8. The peak output of this powerplant is rated at 550 horses and 680 Nm (502 pound-feet) of torque.

As you can imagine, that huge power boost makes the F-Pace SVR a bit faster as well. Applied correctly, it will run from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) in 4.3 seconds (run 0 to 60 mph done in 4.1 seconds). The top speed is rated at 283 km / h (176 mph), with a top speed of 155-mph from a supercharged V-6 of 21 mph.

What’s more, you can bet that breathing fire ‘the sound of eight parts of the racer thanks to the onboard Valve Variable Valve system onboard, offers settings for quiet roaming, or frighten the locals by destroying the V-8 sound. The new exhaust system is also 6.6 kg (14.6 lb) lighter than before, and reduces overall back pressure to ease the flow.

Matching the V-8 is an eight-speed automatic Quickshift transmission with its own unique tuning compared to the eight speeds used on the non-SVR F-Pace model.

The Electric Power Assist steering system also features unique tuning, such as Adaptive Dynamics, Torque Vectoring, Dynamic Stability Control and All Wheel Drive systems (more on the next section).


2019 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Chassis And Handling

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

2019 Jaguar F-pace SVR Release Date

• Lightweight Aluminum Body
• Next-Gen Chassis Below
• Adaptive Special Suspension Tuned Component
• Large 15.6-Inch Brakes
• Spring Stiffer Fare
• Unique Damper
• New Anti-Roller Bar
• Standard AWD Grip
• Differential Rear Active Electronics
• Extra Wide Tracks

Under an aggressive body panel, the Jaguar F-Pace SVR uses the same iQ-Al (D7a) modular platform as the standard F-Pace. These are the basics that are also used on models like Jaguar XE, Jaguar XF second generation, and Jaguar XJ next generation, not to mention Range Robert Velar SUV.
That means F-Pace is relatively light and stiff out of the box. Complementing the next-gen architecture under it is a body made of 80 percent aluminum, plus tailgate made of composite material. There is also magnesium used for components such as cross-car beams.

Managing the remaining scales is a double wishbone arrangement up front and a rear suspension integral link on the back, both of which are designs that take some of their cues from the Jaguar F-Type sports car.

Progressive springs mated with adaptive dampers, with SVR getting updated software for Adaptive Dynamics suspension system. SVR chassis settings also include new silencer units, while spring and rear rates increase by 30 percent and 10 percent respectively.

The new anti-roll bar specification complements equipment changes, offering as much as 5 percent less than before. The wheels are also wider at the rear, giving extra 25 mm rubber, with wider tracks raising overall grip levels and perfecting handling. At the corners, the 22-inch wheel option shaved an additional 2.4 kg (5.3 pounds) in unsprung weight from the front and 1.7 kg (3.7 pounds) in unsprung weight from the rear, while also improving the airflow to the brake .

Speaking of plugs, the SVR F-Pace receives an enhanced brake to help handle the enormous increase in power, including a two-part 395 mm (15.6 inch) front rotor in front, and a two-part 396 mm (15.6 inch) two-piece rotor in part back.

When it comes to applying 550 bangs to the sidewalk, the SVR is equipped with a standard AWD system equipped with Intelligent Driveline Dynamics technology. Active rear differential electronics help to change power faster with higher efficiency.

Interestingly, Jag believes the SVR F-Pace still retains its off-road power, with AWD and Intelligent Driveline Dynamics equipped with technologies such as All Surface Progress Control and Adaptive Surface Response. To be honest, we are somewhat doubt anyone who will actually bring this into destruction, but gladly review whatever video your readers send us to prove that it is possible!


2019 Jaguar F-Pace Price SVR

Prices for  2019 SVR Jaguar start from 74,835 pounds in the pool, while buyers in the state can enter into it for $ 79,990.