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Geneva Motor Show, Jaguar, Jaguar F-Type, New Cars, SVO
With 575 horses on tap and one of the most beautiful shapes on the road, the Jaguar F-Type SVR is not lacking admirers. Still, this latest addition could entice some people even more.

Marking its debut this week at the Geneva Motor Show, the new Graphic Pack gives Jaguar’s flagship performance model an extra dose of racing appeal. The package includes a contrasting grille surround, mirror caps, and aero winglets, along with special hood and side graphics – all available in six distinct themes.

Pictured is the Corris Grey with Ultra Blue accents theme, although buyers can also specify the inverse. There’s also Yulong White with Firenze Red, Santorini Black with gold, Caldera Red with black, and Indus Silver with black. Regardless of the combination chosen, they all come with carbon-fiber hood louvers and side vents.

The packages were designed by JLR’s Special Vehicle Operations division – under the watchful eye, we’re told, of Jaguar’s legendary chief designer Ian Callum.

“The F-TYPE SVR is one of the most dynamic, dramatic and fastest road cars ever created by Jaguar,” said Callum. “The Graphic Pack perfectly complements its sporting character with a touch of heritage.”

With or without the special graphics, the F-Type SVR packs a Jaguar’s celebrated 5.0-liter supercharged V8. In this application, it’s the most potent yet, channeling 575 ps (567 hp) to all four wheels. The result is a run to 60 miles per hour (96.5 km/h) in a scant 3.5 seconds and a top speed in excess of 200 mph (322 km/h).

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