Several European sites are reporting that a German dealer has accidentally published a brochure that details the upcoming Jaguar F-TYPE SVR.


German website Autovisie appears to have been quickest off the mark, as power outputs and top speeds were revealed by the brochure. The Jaguar F-TYPE SVR is stated as producing 567bhp (that’s 423kW, same as the current F10 BMW M5/M6) and will top out at 320km/h.

The brochure goes on to confirm the supercharged 5.0-litre V8 as providing the motive power, coupled to the eight-speed torque converter automatic gearbox and feeding all four wheels. The sprint from standstill to 100km/h is expected to take 3.7sec.

Weight saving measures are impressive, the F-TYPE SVR’s carbon-ceramic brakes alone saving around 21kg. Forged alloys and a titanium exhaust reduce weight by 10kg and 12kg, respectively.

Interestingly, a 310km/h convertible F-TYPE SVR will also be offered.

There’s no word on the F-TYPE SVR’s official release date, or even Euro pricing, but fans of the big cat must be salivating at this Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupe rival; it’s certainly more tantalising than the recent British Design version.

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