A race-inspired set of graphics created by Ian Callum and the Jaguar design team have been revealed as an option for new F-Types.
And it comes at no extra cost.
Included in the pack are a contrast grille surround, mirror caps, and aero winglets. Additional decals with ‘575’, to denote the supercharged SVR’s V8 output in PS, are found on the bonnet and sills. Carbon bonnet louvres are also part of the pack.
Jaguar lists the colours available with the pack as follows: Yulong White with Firenze Red accents; Santorini Black and Gold; Corris Grey and Ultra Blue (pictured); Caldera Red and Black; Ultra-Blue and Corris Grey; Indus Silver and Black.
Tread plates bearing the numbers ‘575’, as well as a unique plaque specifically for cars with the design pack can be found in the cabin.
Brake calipers can be colour-matched in red or black, while yellow calipers signify cars optioned with carbon ceramic ‘matrix’ brakes.
Renowned designer Ian Callum says the pack is a celebration of Jaguar’s heritage, as well as the F-Type’s success as a sports car.
"The F-TYPE SVR is one of the most dynamic, dramatic and fastest road cars ever created by Jaguar. The Graphic Pack perfectly complements its sporting character with a touch of heritage.”
The F-Type SVR with Graphics Pack will debut at the Geneva Motor Show from the 6th of March, after which new F-Types (priced at $295,950 in Australia before on-road costs) will be able to have the pack specified at no extra cost.
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