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News Jaguar Introduces Limited-Run F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 

Jaguar Introduces Limited-Run F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 

The beautiful Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 pays tribute to the 1988 Le Mans-winning XJR-9 LM


  • Only 394 will be assembled.

  • The paint colour is called Midnight Amethyst Gloss.

  • It pays tribute to the 1988 XJR-9 LM race car.


Jaguar has introduced what is arguably the most unique and distinct special edition vehicle it has produced in a long time. Based on the super-powered F-PACE SVR, the limited-run Edition 1988 pays tribute to the equally beautiful 1988 Le Mans-winning XJR-9 LM race car.

Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 | Photo: Jaguar

The Edition 1988 will be painted gorgeous Midnight Amethyst Gloss paintwork and fitted with 22-inch forged alloy Champagne Gold Satin wheels, Sunset Gold Satin exterior and interior detailing, plus a ‘One of 394’ SV Bespoke commissioning graphic.

“Since its introduction in 2019, the Jaguar F-PACE SVR has established itself as a highly characterful and rewarding high-performance car,” Mark Turner, Commercial Director of Special Vehicle Operations, Jaguar. “Pairing these qualities with a level of SV Bespoke personalization 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.”

Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 | Photo: Jaguar

The Edition 1988 name refers to the year of the Jaguar XJR-9 LM race car while 394 represents the number of laps it completed at the historical event.

Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 is powered Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 by a supercharged 550-horsepower 5.0-litre V8 and is capable of accelerating from 0-100km/h in 4.0 seconds. It is priced from $125,600 in Canada and is available to order now.

Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 | Photo: Jaguar

Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 | Photo: Jaguar

Jaguar F-PACE SVR Edition 1988 | Photo: Jaguar

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